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Last year, a record number of people got flu shots. But medical experts say kids keeping their social distance during the coronavirus pandemic has made the biggest difference for a mild flu season. Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Where Did The Flu Go? Homebound Kids Shape A Mild Season

There have been just 165 flu-related hospitalizations since October. Infectious disease specialist Dr. William Schaffner says virtual schooling has kept kids from spreading the flu so readily.

Morning Dew Matt Quentin
Freedom Sound The Crusaders

Last year, a record number of people got flu shots. But medical experts say kids keeping their social distance during the coronavirus pandemic has made the biggest difference for a mild flu season. Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Where Did The Flu Go? Homebound Kids Shape A Mild Season

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Oh Atlanta Little Feat
Vision Fiberoptics The Polish Ambassador, Sean Haefeli
Married Life Michael Giacchino
Romantic Flight
Harm and Boon Balmorhea
Spacey (Instrumental) Noir

An employee places bouquets on shelves in Bogotá on Feb. 1, as Colombia prepares to export flowers for Valentine's Day amid the new coronavirus pandemic. Juan Barreto/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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There's A Good Chance Your Valentine's Flowers Come From Colombia

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Mad Man Mike Nyoni and Born Free
Radiance Rob Levit

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, a Republican, has faced mixed reactions in her Washington state congressional district for her support of former President Donald Trump's impeachment. Above, Herrera Beutler speaks as the House debates an objection to the Electoral College vote in January. House Television via AP hide caption

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After Speaking Out On Impeachment, Herrera Beutler Heads Toward Clash With Her Party

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The Farmers Co-op Antiques Mall in Redmond, Ore., included, until recently, a vendor selling Nazi memorabilia and racist caricatures. Emily Cureton/OPB hide caption

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Symbols Of White Supremacy Confront Oregon Shoppers At Antiques Mall

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Musical Journey Kero One & Hero One
Kakashi Yasuaki Shimizu

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