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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The flu season is getting worse in Utah, as more and more residents are getting hit with it.
The number of flu cases in the state has increased from 152 to 272 just last week. So far, there are no deaths related to the flu.
Salt Lake County had the largest number of cases with 99, followed by Davis with 79 and Weber with 58.
Health officials say there is still time to get vaccinated. You can call the state's immunization hot line at 1-800-275-0659.
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