"Widespread flu" is circulating in North Dakota

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This season has had about 22 child deaths across the USA from the flu, according to the department.

Earlier this month, Queensland health authorities issued an alert because of a surge in summer flu cases - a warning they said was for all Australians because flu cases were being spread as many people travelled on holidays. Tennessee typically sees four to five deaths among children from flu-related complications each year.

This flu season started weeks earlier than expected.

A total of 20 people have now died from the flu in IN during the 2018-2019 season, according to the state's department of health. More than 200 people have been hospitalized for the flu.

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The most recent data, from January 19, shows there have been more than 1,200 laboratory-confirmed cases of influenza in DE this season- although officials note there are likely more untested cases circulating statewide.

The North Carolina Division of Public Health reported today 29 as the total number of deaths.

This past week, seasonal influenza activity increased nationally and most states are reporting widespread flu activity, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.