It's flu season in the Bitterroot

The Bitterroot Valley has experienced an uptick in the number of influenza cases being reported by Ravalli County Public Health officials since the holiday season ended.

Angie Allen, the county public health nurse, said that they had 43 lab-confirmed cases of flu so far this season, primarily influenza type A, and that’s fairly typical.

“We’re not seeing anything that’s alarmingly high,” Allen said. “It usually picks up after the holiday season, when people are getting together in enclosed areas.”

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