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    CDC Chief says flu season nearly ‘non-existent’ due to COVID-19
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    Flu cases were at an all time low this year, according to the CDC, Your Content has learned. Some doctors calling this flu season almost “non-existent” as a result of increased COVID-19 precautions.

    “It’s been an unprecedented low year for influenza,” said Dr. Kristin Mondy, Chief of Division of Infectious Disease at Dell Medical School UT Austin.

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    “Almost non existent,” said Dr. Charles J. Lerner, Consultant for the Texas Medical Association Committee on Infectious Diseases, FOX 7 reports.

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