Flu not in Casey ... yet

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Flu shot clinic set for Oct. 17 at CCMS

By Larry Rowell

Flu season is in full swing and area health officials say that although a few cases of seasonal flu have cropped up, it’s a “so far, so good,” situation.

And public schools — the one place where flu in the past has found a fertile field — have, as of Monday, had nothing but good news to report.

Gwen Marcum, District School Nurse, said only two cases of flu have been reported this year. Both were seasonal, or Type A flu.

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