As the flu season wreaks havoc across the country, Hoosiers aren't getting hit hard. Flu outbreaks have been reported at more than 100 long-term care facilities and more than a dozen central Indiana schools.
INDIANAPOLIS -- As the flu season wreaks havoc across the country, Hoosiers aren't getting hit hard.
Flu outbreaks have been reported at more than 100 long-term care facilities and more than a dozen central Indiana schools.
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So far this season, 167 Hoosiers have died from the flu and 128 of those deaths have been over the age of 65.
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The following long-term care facilities have reported flu outbreaks:
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