Flu cases starting to show up in WNY
It’s flu season and cases are started to show up, especially in Western New York.
The State Health Department reported there were 197 cases of the flu from Nov. 8-14, and 102 of those were in Western New York.
Erie County had the most with 79. Orleans County didn’t have any confirmed cases that week, but its neighbors had some. Genesee County had two cases, while Niagara reported six cases, and Monroe had 9.
So far this flu season there are 648 cases. The 197 from Nov. 8-14 are up 17 percent from the 162 the previous week.
The Genesee and Orleans County Health Department encourage people to get their flu shots to build up their immunity.