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Flu seasons vary considerably, however, and a host of factors make mapping the spread and intensity of influenza in order to compare states a surprisingly difficult task.“I’ve been doing this for more than 20 years and I can’t tell you why in a given year one state gets hit really hard and another one doesn’t get hit as hard,” said Brammer.

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Over the weekend, the golfer attended the Presidents Cup tournament with Erica Herman.

Woods, 41, and Herman, 33, were photographed looking quite cozy walking around Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey, on multiple days of the event.announced as the general manager of Woods’s restaurant, The Woods, earlier this year.

It is important to note that outbreaks occurring in a single city could cause a state to display high activity levels, and data collected may disproportionately represent certain populations within a state and therefore may not accurately capture influenza activity for the whole state.

The percentage of patients with flu-like illnesses so far this flu season (October 1, 2017 through January 13, 2018) was calculated by 24/7 Wall St. Activity levels for states are measured against regional average patient visits for flu-like illnesses.

While the current flu season is nowhere near 2009 levels, when flu cases spiked higher and earlier, the CDC is anticipating elevated influenza activity to continue for several more weeks.

“This season is notable for the sheer volume of flu that is occurring in most of the country at the same time,” said Branam.24/7 Wall St.

While the pair hasn’t commented on the status of their relationship, the cuddly poses are quite telling." data-reactid="38"Herman was announced as the general manager of Woods’s restaurant, The Woods, earlier this year.

While the pair hasn’t commented on the status of their relationship, the cuddly poses are quite telling.

Every state except for Hawaii had widespread influenza activity as of the second week of January.

CDC epidemiologist Lynnette Brammer, in an interview with 24/7 Wall St., noted activity levels could be from illnesses other than the flu.

A flu pandemic can emerge anywhere and spread globally.

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