Listen: Flu, Kim Glovas And Secretary discussed on 24 Hour News
"Eighty department of health is confirming that the flu is now wide spread across the Commonwealth and flu season is in full swing for more. Here's KYW's Kim Glovas. January and February are peak months for the flu, according to health secretary, Dr Rachel Levin, we have seen six thousand four hundred cases of flu more than four thousand of those in the last two weeks, we have had eight death. Although none Deatrich patients. He says more and more cases will become apparent in the coming weeks, then it will taper off and could stick around for months. Levine explains. What might appear as a cold mixed with a touch of diarrhea or a fever is not a cold. You won't have a fever with a cold. You won't have those body aches muscle aches and fatigue with a cold. So that's what distinguishes the flu cold and the symptoms that we're seeing or are what we typically see during flu season each year in Pennsylvania Levin ads. It's still not too late to get a flu shot, Kim Glovas. KYW NewsRadio governor will sell secretary and other officials"