CDC Investigators Going to University of Michigan to Look Into Influx of Flu Cases on Campus – ‘77% of Cases Among Those Who Did Not Get Flu Shot’

CDC Investigators Going to University of Michigan to Look Into Influx of Flu Cases on Campus – ‘77% of Cases Among Those Who Did Not Get Flu Shot’


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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is sending a team of investigators to the University of Michigan to look into an influx of flu cases on campus.

In the last month a total of 528 cases of the flu have been diagnosed at the University Health Service, UMich said in a press release.

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Of the cases, 77% were among those who did not get the useless flu shot.

The CDC is going to send a cavalry of investigators to the Ann Arbor campus to harass students for not taking a flu shot.

“The objectives of the CDC team will be evaluating flu vaccine uptake and vaccine effectiveness and risk factors for spread through data analysis, questionnaires and sample collection

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