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Fewer face masks could worsen NJ's flu season

Clip: 06/16/2021 | 3m 45s

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The CDC reports cases of RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) and parainfluenza are already on the rise, and the upcoming flu season could be far worse than last year, when COVID-19 lockdowns kept many people home and mostly masked. With so little data from the prior flu season, this fall's new flu vaccine will also involve a lot more educated guesswork than usual.

Aired: 06/16/21 | Rating: NR

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