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NJ Spotlight News | Clip | Flu season lasting longer than usual in NJ

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, influenza activity level is considered “high” statewide. Epidemiologist Stephanie Silvera of Montclair State University says that's because we're experiencing a later-than-usual flu season. According to the state Department of Health, more than 18,300 cases of the flu were diagnosed in NJ for the week ending April 23.

0:03:48 | AIRED: 5/3/2022 |
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