Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Just as spring arrives, so does the flu in Central New York. For the first time all season, several doctors’ offices tell us they’re seeing patients with the flu.
In Liverpool, Dr. Dracker reports positive tests for type-A flu. He’s also seeing the stomach bug and Coxsackie virus.
Flu is also showing up in Syracuse. Brighton Hill Pediatrics checks in with a 24-hour stomach bug and strep throat.
In Fulton, Dr. Koehler at the Urgent Care reports flu, upper respiratory infections, pink eye and ear infections.
In Camillus, Dr. Rovall is seeing viral rashes, red pimples on the arms and legs that itch and burn, as well as fevers and croup.
In Cicero, Dr. Teraska checks in with upper respiratory infections with coughs, also, the stomach bug that hangs on for a couple of days, strep throat and sinus infections.
In Auburn, they’re seeing the flu, pneumonia, sinus infections and sore throats – strep and viral.
In Pulaski, Dr. Carguello is seeing strep throat and the stomach bug.