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Though it started out a little slower than usual, this year's flu season has been pretty typical, said Dr. Jack Alexander of Fariview Red Wing Medical Center.

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Peak season is normally between January and March, he said, and Minnesota seems to be right on track: Last week, the Minnesota Department of Health website upgraded influenza activity in the state from regional to widespread - the highest level of activity.

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Sarah Gorvin
Sarah Gorvin has been with the Republican Eagle for two years and covers education, business and crime and courts. She graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2010 with a  journalism degree.
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