About Flu Season and Coronavirus, COVID-19
February 29, 2020
- Influenza season is going strong in Washtenaw County with increases in cases and hospitalizations. We're now seeing more cases of Influenza A after an initial spike in Influenza B.
- The coronavirus, COVID-19, is expected to spread in the US.
Don't fool with the flu - Still Time to Get Vaccinated
Everyone 6 months and older should get vaccinated. Flu shots are safe and protect you and your loved ones. A simple shot saves lives!
Make an appointment to get a flu shot: 734-971-1073.
If you have flu symptoms, all 3 Packard offices can do a swab test to quickly determine if you have the flu and start treatment right away.
Global outbreak - Coronavirus, COVID-19
Coronavirus COVID-19 is expected to spread in the US. The outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation and at this time Packard Health encourages patients to refer to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for the most up-to-date information.
Information about COVID-19 from the CDC
The Washtenaw County Department of Health is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and their web site is a good source of local information:
Information about COVID-19 from Washtenaw County Health Dept.