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TB cases among people of foreign origin pose problems for disease elimination, officials say.
The state now has 3 cases, 1 fatal, and officials worry the disease will spread to the city of Rio.
Agency officials say new antibiotics for the identified bacteria are urgently needed.
Also, UK scientists yesterday reported a novel subclade of the H3N2 strain of influenza.
The H3N2 strain continues to dominate, especially affecting the elderly.
Flu markers rose to their highest points yet, as influenza B detections rose slightly, typical for the later months of the flu season.
Clinic visits and hospitalizations for flu rose again last week, with the disease now widespread in 40 states and Puerto Rico.
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