H1N1 cases decrease but seasonal flu is a no-show

02/17/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

Health care professionals say H1N1 cases are ebbing but the seasonal flu, which is supposed to be in full swing this time of year, has either been delayed or prevented. Patients with flu-like symptoms usually make up 4% of provider visits this time of year in California, but that's down to 2% this year, and almost none is testing positive for influenza.

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