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Flu linked to 5 deaths since August in Connecticut

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Five people, all of them senior citizens, are dead after coming down with the flu in Connecticut, according to statistics.

The latest statistics from the Connecticut Department of Public Health go through the end of 2017.

There were 713 flu cases confirmed since August.

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