Flu season is ramping up in Pennsylvania amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and people are being urged to get flu shots to avoid further strain on the healthcare system.
New COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Pennsylvania. State Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine says she is nervous about the impacts of COVID-19 in the fall and winter seasons.
LV health professional says mild flu season expected, but shots still recommended By Brittany Sweeney September 17, 2020 Fall is fast approaching and with it comes flu season. Eight percent of Americans get sick from the flu annually according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. WLVR’s Brittany Sweeney reports on what to expect […]
WLVR’S K.C. Lopez reports several elementary schools across the region are using smart thermometers to track the flu in real time.