This year's flu season has finally peaked, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but it's not over quite yet. A CDC spokeswoman said there are "many more weeks of flu season to go."
The agency's weekly influenza report said high activity continued in 32 states. Five percent of people visited doctors complaining of flu-like symptoms, compared with 6.4 percent the week before. It also reported 17 more pediatric flu-related deaths, bringing the season's total to 114.
The CDC still recommends getting a flu shot, especially if the virus is still going around in your area.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.