Flu sparing Door County so far

Public Health Director Sue Powers says influenza is not affecting Door County in the same manner as it has ravaged other parts of the State of Wisconsin. Locally, the problem is the severity of the flu. There have been real consequences for those suffering, both old and young.


Powers reminds residents that it is not too late to get a flu shot. Vaccines are available from the Department of Public Health in addition to private clinics and are not in short supply. That applies to both the adult and children’s versions.


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