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Santa Cruz County Reports 2 New Flu Deaths

By NBC Bay Area Staff
|  Thursday, Feb 6, 2014  |  Updated 11:50 AM PDT
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2 Counties Report New Flu Deaths

Santa Clara County health officials on Friday reported two new flu deaths, bringing the county total to 8 this season. Alameda County officials also announced a new death, bringing the Bay Area total to 31. Marianne Favro reports.

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Santa Cruz County health officials reports two new flu deaths on Thursday, claiming the lives of two men - one younger than 30 and the other younger than 60.

This brings the county total to three, according to health spokeswoman Laurie Lang.

In the nine Bay Area-county region, a total of 34 flu deaths have been reported this winter season.

 

  • Santa Clara County - 10 deaths
  • Alameda County - 4 deaths
  • Marin County - 2 deaths
  • San Mateo County - 4 deaths
  • San Francisco - 3 death
  • Contra Costa County - 5 deaths
  • Solano County - 1 death
  • Sonoma County - 4 deaths
  • Napa County - 1 death

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