TULSA - Four more Green Country flu-related deaths are being reported this week by state health officials.
New data released Thursday from the Oklahoma State Department of Health shows 30 flu-related deaths since Sept. 30, 2012.
A total of 987 people have been hospitalized with the flu since the season began .
Deaths have occurred in the following counties:
The most recent deaths occurred in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Comanche counties.
The majority of this season's flu-related deaths were people 65 years or older.
Updated flu statistics are released every Thursday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
For tips on how to avoid the flu and other flu-related news, visit www.kjrh.com/flu .
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