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Flu season arriving early with a vengeance

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PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Confirmed cases of influenza in Arizona have increased more than 4,000 percent when compared to this time last flu season, according to information from the Arizona Department of Health Services.

The peak of flu season is still several weeks away and doctors are concerned about the number of patients they expect to see this season with flu-related illnesses.

The Arizona Department of Health services has detailed information on the influenza season HERE.

You can also access the six ways to get vaccinated against the flu HERE.

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