Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- As we continue to track the flu here in Central New York, local doctor’s offices continue to give us a sense of where things stand. The bottom line: some offices are seeing no flu at all this week, while some are seeing a rise in cases.
In Liverpool, Dr. Dracker is seeing flu, but it’s Type B. Earlier in the season he was seeing Type A. Bronchitis and pink eye are also going around.
In Fulton, the Urgent Care is seeing another round of flu this week after a quiet week last week. Bronchitis is going around as well.
The flu is also still going around in Pulaski. Dr. Carguello says the other thing he’s seeing is upper respiratory infections.
In Camillus, Dr. Rovall says she’s only had one case of flu this week. Otherwise, it’s just a cold with a bad cough and the stomach bug.
In Cicero, Dr. Terasaka says no flu this week, the big thing is an upper respiratory infection with a cough and the stomach bug and sinus infections are also going around.
And in Syracuse, a virus with a fever and a cough, the stomach bug and sore throats are making the rounds.
What’s Going Around is our way of letting you know what illnesses are out there. Your own doctor can tell you about the best treatments.