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It could be a tough year for flu sufferers here in Southern New England. The Centers for Disease Control says the flu season is kicking off sooner than normal this year and now a new strain of the flu is cropping up in some areas. Nationwide, thousands of people have been sickened with what health officials say is a severe strain of the flu and the Rhode Island Department of Health says this year's flu vaccine may not protect people against this new, more potent strain.  The Department of Health does emphasize, however, that getting a flu shot is still the best protection against this deadly disease. If you want to find a public flu shot clinic near you can call the flu hotline at:


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