NJ Spotlight News

Flu season lasting longer than usual in NJ

Clip: 05/03/2022 | 3m 48s

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, influenza activity level is considered “high” statewide. Epidemiologist Stephanie Silvera of Montclair State University says that's because we're experiencing a later-than-usual flu season. According to the state Department of Health, more than 18,300 cases of the flu were diagnosed in NJ for the week ending April 23.

Aired: 05/03/22 | Rating: NR

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