Tue April 15, 2014
Flu Virus Lingers...in a Milder Form
Just when Central New Yorkers thought winter was over, it appears the flu season is also sticking around. It's almost a repeat of last year – where one virus predominates the season, peters out and another strain replaces it, say Onondaga County health officials.
"The B tends to affect more the older age group, just like other flu years. And it seems like B may be a bit milder, but we cannot tell that," Nguyen said. "But we know for sure that H1N1 was very serious, but we've already past the peak for H1N1."
Onondaga County Flu Update