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For the first time since mid-September, Virginia has dropped from the list of states that have widespread levels of flu, ending a 15-week run.
Diane Woolard, division director of the department for surveillance and investigation at the Virginia Department of Health, said the state has reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that Virginia is no longer experiencing widespread levels of flu as of the week ending Jan. 2.
The levels in Virginia are still higher than normal for this time of year, because of the H1N1 virus, or swine flu.
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