CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire health officials say 20 people in the state have died of the flu or flu-related complications this season.
WMUR-TV reports seven of the deaths were included in last week’s report. All of the victims have been adults.
Last year, there were 45 flu deaths in the state, and flu season peaked in mid-February.
State epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan says so far, New Hampshire doctors have treated more than 2,100 people who were suffering from flu-like symptoms.