The total number of flu deaths continues to rise in California.
Dr. Ron Chapman, the director of the California Department of Public Health, says 332 people under the age of 65 have died from the flu. That's up 14 over last week.
Seven of those were children. An additional 19 cases are still under investigation.
Meahwhile, the California Department of Public Health is seeing a rise in another disease.
Thirty-two confirmed measles cases have been found in the state.
That is a dramatic increase from this time last year when only three cases had been reported.