- Australian Influenza Surveillance Report
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The Australian Influenza Surveillance Report is published on a fortnightly basis during the influenza season, typically between May and October. Influenza activity updates will be published outside of the seasonal period.
- Activity – Currently, influenza and influenza-like illness (ILI) activity are high for this time of year compared to previous years. At the national level, notifications of laboratory-confirmed influenza have increased in the past fortnight. The number of laboratory-confirmed notifications of influenza reported to the NNDSS in the 2019 year-to-date are greater when compared to the same periods in 2017 and 2018, however, this is due to heightened interseasonal activity.
- Severity – There is no indication of the potential severity of the 2019 season at this time.
- Impact – There is no indication of the potential impact on society of the 2019 season at this time.
- Virology – In the year to date and in the past fortnight, the majority of confirmed influenza cases reported nationally were influenza A (81%). Where subtyping data were available, influenza A(H3N2) was the dominant influenza A subtype in the past fortnight, however, the proportion of influenza B has been steadily increasing in a number of jurisdictions since late April.
- Australian Influenza Surveillance Report No 03 - 20 May to 02 June 2019 (PDF 520 KB)
- Australian Influenza Surveillance Report No 03 - 20 May to 02 June 2019 (Word 743 KB)
- Previous Reports - 2019
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- Previous Reports and Updates - 2015
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