AT&T is the guilty party this time: Austin, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose. ATT calls their latest iteration either 5Ge or 5G+. It's a prelude to real 5G, but it's enough to increase the flu as happened in Louisville big time. They quickly went from 37 cases in their highest week to over 1,000 cases a week in the weeks following a 5Ge roll out there.
Even though it's only parts of those seven cities, this guarantees a return of higher flu counts even with warmer weather. The CDC will report the flu cases in two weeks but for those living there, it'll start happening as early as today.