One North Texas doctor said the number of people visiting his office with flu-related symptoms is decreasing and folks may not need flu vaccinations after this week.
Dallas County released its latest report of flu-related illnesses on Friday confirming two new additional adult flu-related deaths.
Health officials in Denton County confirmed Friday their sixth flu-related death of the season.
Tarrant County said Friday an eighth person died from influenza-associated illness, but didn't elaborate further.
Plano ER doctors say an empty emergency room waiting area at Texas Health Plano is a good sign that the flu season has peaked.
Health officials in Dallas County and other locations say flu outbreak conditions are improving.
Health officials in Dallas County say the flu outbreak is improving across the county.
Flu vaccines have become scarce in many doctors' offices across North Texas.
Tony Parker, who said his last words to his wife last week, would have never imagined the flu would help lead to her death.
The Centers for Disease Control reports that flu activity is declining across Texas.
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