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(Portland, OR)  --  Health officials are encouraging resident to go get their flu vaccines.  The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says everyone over six months of age should get the vaccine.  Officials say the vaccine can take up to two weeks to take effect, so folks should get them sooner rather than later.  Oregon experienced its worst flu season in state history last season, with more than one-thousand people requiring hospitalization in the Portland area alone.

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