Bed capacity is not an issue statewide.
COVID-19 is on track to be the third leading cause of death in Minnesota in 2020.
Experts say it's "doubly important" to get a flu shot this year.
Anyone over the age of 6 months should receive a flu vaccine.
It's an extremely rare condition, with between 0-11 cases in Minnesota each year since 2014.
The state passed an unwanted landmark this week.
Hospitalizations fell for the fourth week in a row.
MN's flu season is going strong, with 110 deaths reported so far.
There have been 762 flu-related illness outbreaks in Minnesota schools.
Schools were again hit hard by flu-like illness for the week ending Jan. 18.
The flu is still widespread across the state.
The widespread outbreak has also claimed another life.
The outbreak is worsening.
The flu and flu-related illnesses are rampant in Minnesota right now.
More than a quarter of the student body is sick.
There have been 19 hospitalizations for influenza so far.
At least 20 percent of their student population is sick.
But levels remain higher than normal across most of the U.S.
They're to blame for about 1 of every 10 deaths in the U.S. this year.
This year's vaccine has proved to be rather ineffective against the nasty H3N2 strain.