Worst of deadly flu season may still be to come, Dallas County officials say

Written by Loyd Brumfield Claire Ballor Dana Branham

Seven more people in Dallas County have died from the flu, and North Texas may not have seen the worst of the deadly season yet, health officials said Tuesday. 

Dallas County Health and Human Services officials said it is too early to know if local cases have peaked or if they’re still on the rise. Flu cases typically peak between December and March. 

In total, 18 Dallas County deaths have been attributed to the flu since Oct. 1.

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