Minneapolis on alert for flu as millions gather for Super Bowl
The Super Bowl always takes place during flu season, but this year’s epidemic is the worst in years, and doctors are sounding the alarm as millions gather in the cold climate of Minneapolis. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports for TODAY.
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