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Jonathan Serrie

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Atlanta
Correspondent — Fox News
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Covers:  southern politics, science, health, breaking news in the southeast, north carolina, alabama, centers for disease control and prevention (cdc), georgia, hurricanes, mississippi, tennessee, south carolina

@FoxNews correspondent covering Southern politics, the CDC, health, science and breaking news. Proud alumnus of @wsbtv, @wyffnews4, @mysuncoast & @emorywheel.

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Biography

Fox News correspondent covering Southern politics, the CDC, health, science and breaking news in the Southeast. Proud alumnus of WSB-TV, WYFF-TV, WSB-TV and Emory University.

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@jonathanserrie — 15,527 followers, 6,069 tweets

CDC: Flu activity remains widespread in 48 states. Acting Director Anne Schuchat: "This season has been particularly hard in that it seemed to hit everywhere in the United States at once." https://t.co/3BKZaZPmOY
New CDC estimates suggest the #flu vaccine is only 25% effective against this season's dominant #flu strain (H3N2). However, the vaccine is 51% effective against H3N2 in children and offers more protection for everyone against other strains that are increasing in circulation.
#Flu activity remains widespread in 48 states. CDC predicts active season for several more weeks. So, federal health officials still urge people to get vaccinated to reduce their chances of getting sick and spreading the virus to the most vulnerable — children and the elderly.
RT @browardsheriff: So far we have at least 14 victims. Victims have been and continue to be transported to Broward Health Medical Cent… https://t.co/hWUp5BuMcB
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What was your first job as a journalist?

I started out as a reporter covering Manatee County for WWSB-TV in Sarasota, Florida.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes, but I have since moved on to computers (I hear all the young people are doing it).

How is social media changing news?

It's breaking down the invisible wall between content creators and consumers.