Flu has spread across most of Alabama

By John Mac, December 21, 2018

Officials say the influenza is widespread over Alabama other than because of its subtropical Wiregrass Region.
News outlets mention state community Health office maps on Wednesday reports as revealing that flu activity ranges are slightly larger than standard in this time.

The department’s southeastern district halls and cellular County were the areas with no influenza task documented. Jefferson County had at least one lab-confirmed circumstance over the last few weeks, while the remaining portion of their nation had important task.

Dr. Cathy Wood at Montgomery claims lots of times kiddies are the way that the virus spreads. Everyone six months or older should find the influenza disease is said by the CDC.

Flu season doesn’t peak until January, however, the department’s weekly flu report shows last week’s activity was reported on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as widespread.