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Alamance County child dies from flu

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RALEIGH, N.C. - Another child in North Carolina has died from the flu.

This brings the total flu-related deaths this year to 28, statewide.

The child was from Alamance County.
     
Earlier this month, another infant here in the east, who was too young to receive the vaccination, died from the flu.
     
We could see more cases of the flu over the coming weeks. The flu typically peaks during January and February.

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