Infection control experts urge individuals who may have the flu to wear a mask or just stay home if considering visiting someone at the hospital.
A team of health experts is traveling throughout New Jersey holding Zap Zika public education forums.
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It's recommended that people get the flu vaccine, especially the elderly, those with chronic diseases like diabetes, kidney and lung disease and pregnant women.
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Some doctors believe it may take litigation to get people to understand that choosing not to vaccinate their children affects others.
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Some parents want to opt out of vaccinating their children, but others say it's putting public health at risk.
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Some parents don't want to immunize their children, for fear of doing harm. Most doctors say the vaccines are safe.
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There is an upward trend in New Jersey of flu virus H3N2, with about 60 cases reported.
According to Dr. Tina Tan, the state epidemiologist, there is one confirmed case of measles and another suspected case is associated with the Somerset Medical Center.
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