- Influenza activity has decreased in recent weeks but is still elevated nationally. While flu is unpredictable, flu activity is expected to continue for several weeks.
- There’s still time to get a flu vaccine.
- A COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing.
Everyone 6 months & older should receive a yearly flu vaccine.
Flu can cause mild to severe illness. Learn the symptoms of flu.
Prescription medications called antiviral drugs can be used to treat flu.
Laboratory confirmed flu activity as reported by clinical laboratories remains low.
Learn about flu season and get answers to questions.
Find information about current and past flu seasons.
Understand who is at higher risk of flu.
Reports on Flu Vaccination Coverage and Utilization
Find resources to promote flu prevention.
Learn what CDC recommends this season.
Read about CDC's work with flu.
Learn the differences between Flu and COVID-19.
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