As the number of flu cases decline, doctors say the flu season is not over and a new strain may be on the way. There have been 9,262 confirmed flu cases in Kentucky with 223 deaths since the beginning of flu season. While the number of flu cases have declined in recent weeks reports by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention show there may be another strain of flu to worry about. During the week ending March 17, officials with the CDC say there were more reported cases of “Influenza B” than “Influenza A.” Doctors say there is no noticeable difference between the two for the person who gets the flu. They say there have not been many cases of flu B in the Bluegrass yet, but that will likely change. However, there is good news. Health officials say this one is pretty well-covered by the vaccine this year. Doctors say the flu shot is your best bet for fighting the flu and you can still get one, but you may have trouble finding it now because much of the flu season is behind us as it typically wraps up near the beginning of April. Officials say it is possible for people to get both flu A and flu B in the same flu season.