It's been a particularly dangerous flu season this year, with a total of 18 deaths in Clark County as of Feb. 2.
Those who are 65 or older are at greater risk, as 80 percent of flu deaths involve that particular age group.
According to Sickweather, an app that tracks disease outbreaks, Nevada has the third highest number of flu cases per capita in the U.S. Oklahoma is in first place, and Tennessee is the runner-up.
The Top 10 Flu States are as follows:
Sickweather also tracked the Top 10 Flu Metro Areas, which are ranked by the number of reported cases per 100,000 people:
1. Austin, Texas
2. Lubbock, Texas
3. Oklahoma City, Okla.
4. Waco-Temple-Bryan, Texas
5. Casper-Riverton, Wyo.
6. Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas
7. New Orleans, La.
8. Indianapolis, Ind.
9. Birmingham, Ala.
10. San Diego, Calif.
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