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Flu is now widespread in 12 states, with a growing percentage of clinic visits for flu and hospitalization rates rising quickly for seniors, a group typically hit hard by H3N2.
Nearly a quarter of Shigella isolates in New York City showed decreased susceptibility or resistance.
In other Zika developments, the CDC released new fact sheets for pregnant women about the complexities involved in Zika testing.
The infection, which was resistant or non-susceptible to all available antibiotics, caused the death of a 70-year-old woman.
The US reports widespread flu and 3 pediatric deaths, while Europe is being hit hard.
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