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California has one of the highest flu rates in the United States

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California has one of the highest flu rates in the United States

The California Department of Public Health currently lists RSV at a positivity rate of 12.2% in California and influenza at 7.4%.

California is one of ten states listed by the CDC as having the highest flu rates in the country. (Video player above: Are you ready for flu season? Dr. Vanessa Walker explains what you need to know) California, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia , South Carolina and Florida are all listed as having the highest rate of respiratory virus in the country. The California Department of Public Health currently lists RSV with a positivity rate of 12.2% in California, and influenza at 7.4%. “Now is a great time to get vaccinated before we start traveling for the holidays, touring the country and seeing our loved ones,” said Dr. Vanessa Walker, chief medical director at Sutter Roseville Medical Center. Walker explained that it only takes about two weeks for protection to set in after receiving the flu vaccine. Health professionals explain that this year the vaccine is very suitable for viruses, especially influenza A, which is most commonly seen among the public. “If we get vaccinated, if we do a good job and it really penetrates the whole community, then we can prepare to have a decent flu season where many people are protected,” Dr. Walker said.

California is one of ten states listed by the CDC as having the highest flu rates in the country.

(Video player above: Are you ready for flu season? Dr. Vanessa Walker explains what you need to know)

California, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida are all listed as having the highest rate of the respiratory virus in the country.

The California Department of Public Health currently lists RSV with a positivity rate of 12.2% in California and influenza at 7.4%.

“Now is a great time to get vaccinated before we start traveling for the holidays, touring the country and seeing our loved ones,” said Dr. Vanessa Walker, medical director at Sutter Roseville Medical Center.

Dr. Walker explained that it only takes about two weeks for protection to set in after receiving the flu vaccine.

Health professionals explain that this year the vaccine is perfectly suited to viruses, especially influenza A, which is most commonly seen among the public.

“If we get vaccinated, if we do a good job and it really penetrates the whole community, then we can prepare to have a decent flu season where many people are protected,” Dr. Walker said.

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