Flu season continues despite warming temperatures

Temperatures are heating up, but the flu season doesn't seem to be cooling down.

We're seeing the longest flu season in at least a decade.

"Most of these are the type of flu that was not well covered by the strain of the vaccines we had," said Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Arash Poursina.

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Although the number of flu cases being seen right now is on a pretty low level, the sickness still seems to be lingering.

"Overall, it hasn't been a horrible flu season, but it's been a longer season because of the infection by the H3N2 -- which wasn't a match for the vaccine-- but we are not seeing too many hospitalizations anymore or doctor visits," said Poursina.  "We do still see some activity, and I expect that to actually stop before the end of the month."