Contra Costa County health officials are warning anyone with flu symptoms to also be tested for the novel coronavirus, saying Tuesday that it is possible …
Two Santa Clara County residents, including a child, have died recently from the flu, county officials said Tuesday. The child who died was previously healthy …
A San Francisco resident has died from flu-related causes, the first such death in The City this season.
Canine influenza, better known as “dog flu,” has been diagnosed in a number of dogs in the South Bay recently, veterinarians said.
Local blood centers are asking Bay Area residents for help because this year’s unusually bad flu season has reduced donations.
Another person has died in Santa Clara County due to the flu, bringing the total number of flu-related deaths countywide to five since in October.
Bay Area residents are being asked to donate blood as soon possible due to a severe shortage.
The first flu-related death in Napa County this season was reported Friday night.
There have been at least four flu-related deaths in the Bay Area so far in what officials are calling a “mild” season.
The flu — particularly H1N1 — is hitting young and middle aged people hard.
Six more flu-related deaths were recorded across the Bay Area Wednesday, health officials said.
The H1N1 virus has killed 18 people in the Bay Area and sickened countless more.
The flu is serious this season, with officials suggesting everyone get vaccinated in the wake of five deaths statewide.
It’s been nearly 30 years since the flu has arrived so late in the season, but alas, shown up it has.