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A CDC official says though cases are still being reported, the pace of new reports appears to be slowing.
Environment samples tested positive for the "nightmare bacteria," indicating a possible role of cleaning equipment.
The H3N2 strain, which often causes more severe seasons, continues to predominate.
Since 2016 the CDC has provided $144 million to state and local health departments to address antibiotic resistance.
So far the CDC probe hasn't pointed to a specific food type to guide consumers.
Hospitalizations nearly doubled compared with the previous week, with seniors the hardest-hit group.
One study reaffirms the Zika-microcephaly link; the other spotlights economic factors.
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