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The New York Times
Donald G. McNeil Jr.
– Oct 4, 12:23 PM
Australia had an unusually early and fairly severe flu season this year. Since that may foretell a serious outbreak on its way in the United States, public health experts now are urging Americans to get their flu shots as soon as possible.