Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Flu Cases In Wisconsin Expected To Increase

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee and Wisconsin as a whole are experiencing a fairly typical flu season so far, but officials expect cases to be on the rise coming out of the holidays.

With winter in the air, the flu was on the minds of patients and staff at Milwaukee Health Services located on MLK Drive on Thursday, December 29th.

Recent numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services show there have been 161 cases of the virus so far in the state, and 95 hospitalizations due to flu-related issues.

“We’re kind of average, and a little lower than average, but the authorities in Wisconsin are saying that it is on the rise, so I think we’re trying to make sure that we’re staying vigilant,” said Milwaukee Health Services Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Aronica Williams.

Officials stress that the best way to combat the flu remains the simple act of getting your shot — either at a doctor’s office, or perhaps as a walk-in patient at pharmacies like Meijer.

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Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Flu cases in Wisconsin expected to increase

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