Health Intelligence

Call 760.943.9123 or

Reports of Influenza in the U.S. Continue To Be Above Epidemic Levels

Download PDF According to the CDC, at the end of Week 3 (1/19/13), reports of influenza activity in the United States continued to be above epidemic levels although some areas of the US reported less flu. One less state is reporting “widespread” activity (47) and two are reporting “regional” activity. One state and Wash., D.C. reported only “local” activity. No state reported limited or no activity. There was less flu noted in the Southeast, Northeast, South, and Midwest but more in [...]

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the U.S. Continue To Be Above Epidemic Levels

Download PDF Reports of influenza activity in the U.S. continued to be above epidemic levels. Although some areas that had been reporting “widespread” activity are now only reporting “regional” activity, those states reporting “widespread” activity increased to 48; “regional” in two; and Wash., D.C. reported “local” activity. According to the CDC, at the end of Week 2 (1/12/13), reports of influenza activity in the United States continued to be above epidemic levels. Although some areas that had been reporting “widespread” activity [...]

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the U.S. Continue To Be Elevated

Download PDF According to the CDC, at the end of Week 1 (1/5/13) report of influenza activity in the United States continued to be elevated although some markers of flu activity in some areas showed a decline. At this time, it is too early to tell if this is just a fluctuation or if it is a signal of an early peak to the 2012-13 flu season. Influenza levels are considered “widespread” in forty-seven (47) states; “regional” in two; Wash., D.C. [...]

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the US Was Increasingly Elevated

Download PDF According to the CDC, at the end of Week 52 (12/29/12) report of influenza activity in the United States was increasingly elevated, with influenza levels considered “widespread” in forty-one (41) states; “regional” in seven; Wash., D.C. with “local”; and one state reporting “sporadic”. Guam reported no flu activity and one state, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands did not report their activity levels. These numbers represent a huge increase in those numbers with widespread influenza activity, compared [...]

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the United States Were Elevated

Download PDF Reports of influenza activity in the United States were elevated, with influenza levels considered “widespread” in thirty-one states; “regional” in fourteen; three states and Wash., D.C. with “local”; two states reporting “sporadic”. There were NO states that reported “no activity”.

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the United States was Elevated

Download PDF Reports of influenza activity in the United States was elevated, with influenza levels considered “widespread” in eighteen states; “regional” in seventeen; eleven states and Wash., D.C. with “local”; the remaining states reporting sporadic (four states and Guam).

Read more...

Report of Influenza Activity in the U.S. Was Actually Down From Last Week

Download PDF Report of influenza activity in the U.S. was actually down from last week, with influenza levels considered “widespread” in eight states; “regional” in 15; 15 with “local;” with the remaining states reporting sporadic (12 states plus Washington, D.C., Guam) or no activity; a few territories did not report. The percentage of positive influenza specimens has increased.  

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the U.S. are Increasing

Reports of influenza activity in the U.S. are increasing, with influenza levels considered “widespread” in four states; “regional” in seven; 19 with “local”; with the remaining states reporting sporadic (18 states plus Washington, D.C.) or no activity.Read More

Read more...

Reports of Influenza Activity in the U.S.

Reports of influenza activity in the U.S., flu levels are for all 50 states and territories are at a low level (compared historically). Of more than 3,000 specimens that were tested for influenza last week, there was a national average of 3.9% that tested positive for influenza. Read More

Read more...