The Oklahoma Department of Health reports there have been 45 flu-related deaths this flu season. Tarrant County has reported three flu deaths.
As of January 6, Oakland County has more than 950 reported flu cases since October 1, 2017.
Dukes says almost 15-hundred people have been hospitalized since flu season began.
Those who died were a 78-year-old from Cleveland, a 101-year-old from Euclid and a 95-year-old from Rocky River, the collaborative reported.
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Oklahoma County recorded 299 hospitalizations, while Tulsa County recorded 338 hospitalizations. In addition, the very young (0-4 years old) and school age children have been affected.
Because most flu infections are never confirmed with formal testing, the percentage of local emergency departments showing flu-like symptoms is often seen as a more accurate gauge of just how active influenza is in the community.
Visit www.tulsa-health.org for more information about the flu, including flu vaccination clinic locations and hours of operation, and accepted insurance and other methods of payment. The number for those in the oldest category (85 and older) almost doubled within this last week, from 66 cases to 121 reported cases of the flu.
Symptoms of influenza include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. OCCHD reminds the public that it takes about two weeks to be fully protected from the vaccine, so don't wait to receive the flu shot. Previous year at this point, only 311 flu patients had been hospitalized statewide.