LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – According to the Wisconsin Department of Public Health, flu activity peaked two weeks ago.
Health workers state that this period of the flu was unique, since there were two different peaks of two different strains of influenza.
"We saw a rush this year about January or February, and then another strain of influenza that is still in the vaccine, but it is usually a strain of flu that we do not see, so this other strain of the flu, this H3N2, has become more prominent,  Foellmi says she thought it would be a slow flu season without hospitalization reported to after January 1
But since then, La Crosse County has seen 50 flu-related hospitals in the Department of Defense Healthy O-Claire County says they've seen 55 this year.
"Today we are still seeing a number of hospitalizations. , Floor & # 39; related to this strain of influenza. Many people still show symptoms and they are going to seek medical help, get tested, get antiviral drugs, "said Folli.
Officials say that even if the season is no longer at its peak, it still needs to be vaccinated if you have not already done so.
"This will make the symptoms less serious and you will recover a bit faster. And that, I hope, will protect those well, I do not have to say, I hope." It will protect others around you, giving them some protection even if you get a shot – said Falla
Officials expect the influenza season to continue in the region until May.