Officials say it’s coming earlier than normal this year, and residents should take precautions.
Though flu season typically doesn’t begin until October, state officials have already seen some confirmed cases of the illness.
According to a Cabinet for Health and Family Services news release, as a result, public health officials are urging Kentucky residents to get flu shots as soon as they become available.
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