The flu has sickened this state the most, report finds

Heads up, Georgia residents: A newly released report says the Peach State is the sickest in the nation — in terms of the flu, at least.

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The report released by health technology company Kinsa Health found that nearly 8 percent of the state’s population — 7.78 percent to be exact — has fallen ill, primarily with flu-associated symptoms such as cough, fever and body aches, according to the report, as cited by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). 

One county, in particular, is the sickest. An estimated 8.68 percent of the population in Towns County is ill. Additionally, residents in DeKalb County and Fulton County — the two counties where Atlanta spans  —  are also sick, with 7.76 percent and 7.63 percent of the population falling ill, respectively, according to the AJC.

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Where does your state fall? Check out the top 10 sickest states in America below:

  1. Georgia 
  2. Michigan 
  3. South Carolina 
  4. West Virginia 
  5. Washington, D.C.
  6. Ohio 
  7. Maryland
  8. Tennessee 
  9. New Mexico
  10. Virginia