OKLAHOMA--- Oklahoma sees a huge spike in flu hospitalizations. Doctors say the virus has hit the Sooner State faster and harder than usual. Since the start of flu season in October, 126 Oklahomans have been hospitalized. 63 of them alone in the last week of 2013, with one person hospitalized with the flu in Delaware County. H1N1 is the prominent strain this year and it's affecting the young and middle-aged adults the most. Doctors say it's not too late to protect yourself against the virus and urge anyone older than six months of age to get the flu vaccine.
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