Two elderly Onondaga County Residents have died and many others are hospitalized due to an outbreak of the flu. County health officials say state lab tests confirm 88 cases, or twice as many as this time last year. But that number is likely only a fraction of actual illness in the community. The primary virus is Influenza "A" H3N2, which is different than the vaccine and the reason for the spike in illness. Still, Health Commissioner Doctor Indu Gupta says residents should continue to get inoculated, especially the very old and very young.