Seven additional flu deaths reported in NC, statewide total at 64

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RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina health officials released new flu numbers Friday, saying seven more people have died in the last week.

That brings the total number of deaths from flu-related complications this influenza season statewide to 64, according to WTVD.

The state Department of Health and Human Services says the people most affected are young adults between the ages of 25 and 49.

Public health officials continue to urge those who have not been vaccinated yet to do so. Flu season can last well into April.

For more information on flu prevention and to find out where you can get a flu vaccination in your community, visit www.flu.nc.gov.

Source: WTVD

4 comments

  • Curious

    Since all these stories trying to scare us about flu deaths picture the flu vaccine, are people dying from the vaccine? Just curious….

  • Josh

    I think its time to come clean with the public. Just HOW MANY of these deaths are folks who also had the vaccine? Afraid to release the numbers? Does Big Phama not want us to hear that, maybe, perhaps, 90% of the deaths are also folks who got their flue shot? Hmm? Why not tell us???

  • FaithC

    What they don’t say, in this article and others, is weather these people had other physical problems that would make them high risk.

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