(NBC) – The flu season is far from over.
The latest figures from the CDC show the flu is widespread in 48 states and Puerto Rico.
Last week, it was widespread in 49 states.
But according to the CDC, there is no indication that the season has peaked.
The CDC also says there has been a second wave of H3N2 virus activity, and it has accounted for 2/3 of Influenza “A” cases tested last week.
Nine more children have died from flu-related complications, bringing the pediatric death toll to 64.
So far, between 22-26 million people have come down with the flu this season.