HealthExec November 30, 2022
Amy Baxter

This year’s flu season is underway in the United States, and the number of cases is rising, according to the latest flu data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The elevated flu season comes as COVID-19 and RSV continue to impact thousands of Americans across the country, leaving some hard-hit areas dealing with a “tripledemic” of all three illnesses. 

Health Exec Summary

Health officials previously expected this year’s flu season to be especially robust. After two years of social distancing and lockdown measures influenced lower-than-usual flu activity, the illness is likely to spread far and wide this season as more people travel and resume normal social activities. In addition, population immunity is low this year, leading...

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