Florida's Flu Season Rated Moderately Severe
Florida Surgeon General John Armstrong has deemed this year's flu season "moderately severe."
Armstrong says it's been 10 years since Florida experienced a flu season this severe, and already it's worse than all of last year.
The flu season runs from October through May. Armstrong says there is no shortage of vaccines, and it's not too late to get a flu shot.
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