Flu season should be over, but public health officials are saying not so fast.
We are seeing a second wave of flu hitting the United States. Doctors say the flu season usually begins in December then peaks in January and finally ends around March. Except this year, that’s not the case. The CDC says most of the illnesses during peak season were caused by the swine flu. The flu strain responsible for the latest outbreak is Influenza B. However, the CDC says anyone who was vaccinated during the 2013-2014 season should be protected.