State Health officials say influenza-like illness is on the rise. Indiana is one of 38 states reporting either moderate, or high levels of the flu-like illness, and State Health Commission Doctor Gregory Larkin says it's not too late to be vaccinated against the respiratory illness - that could bring fever, fatigue, cough and aches. Indiana's Respiratory Epidemeologist Shawn Richards says the predominant virus is H3N2, and the vaccine seems to work against it. Vaccination is recommended for anyone 6 months of age or older, especially for those at high risk, like pregnant women, those with chronic illnesses and the elderly.
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