The news reports are everywhere–influenza is hitting hard this winter. According to the Center for Disease Control, “by January 11, 2013, flu activity was high across most of the United States. It is not possible to predict when the season will peak or how severe the 2012-2013 season will be, but based on past experience, it’s likely that flu activity will continue for some time.”
Here in Ohio, we’re no exception: influenza is fairly widespread, as it is nationwide. We would urge you to take care, and if you’re not feeling well, put your health first!
Lehman’s has been in Kidron for over 55 years, and we’ll still be here when you feel better.
Please take every sensible precaution during this flu season. News reports out today (January 15, 2013) indicate that the season may be on the downswing, but be aware that a typical flu season runs from late November to mid-March. The CDC notes that flu activity in a active season can run as late as May.
Common-sense practices include, but aren’t limited to: