There have been at least 4.6 million influenza-related illnesses, 39,000 hospitalizations and 2,100 deaths in the 2019-20 flu season in the U.S., according to the CDC’s FluView report.

Six things to know:

1. The numbers have seen a major uptick since the Dec. 20 FluView report, which showed 3.7 million illnesses, 32,000 hospitalizations and 1,800 deaths.

 

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