The Hoosier State continues to be among those reporting high levels of the flu. Some 41 states are now battling widespread flu outbreaks, and in one major eastern seaboard city - officials have declared a public health emergency. State health officials here say there have been 10 deaths attributed to the flu so far this season, and while the number of cases reported last week was down - deaths were up, and 3 people died in Indiana from the flu last week. The Gibson County Health Department says they still have flu vaccines available, and you can get a flu shot in their office on south Prince Street in Princeton Mondays and Thursday from 8 AM until 4 PM, and the cost is $15.
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