It looks as though the flu season is finally coming to an end.
Cases at Mayo Health System in La Crosse have finally started to level off, after weeks of what the CDC called an epidemic in several states.
“It is possible for it to jump up. However, historically, it hasn’t done that,” Mayo infection preventionist Kellee Dixon said. “It does kind of do a natural bell curve, and once we see that peak, it will trail off before it dies out for the season.”
Dixon added that the best way to ensure the flu doesn’t get out of hand is everyone get the flu shot. Other advice was pretty common sense, like staying home from work or other activities when sick to avoid spreading the virus.