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Local and national health officials say younger adults could be impacted this flu season more than the older population, who generally are considered to be at a higher risk of contracting the virus.
The predominant strain of influenza virus so far this season has been the H1N1 virus that caused a pandemic in 2009. At that time, the virus sickened children and younger adults more than those 65 and older. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report the same could happen again.
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