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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. A more in-depth end-of-season report is also published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence journal.
Australian Influenza Activity Update - week ending 10 April 2015
- Australia is currently in the inter-seasonal period for influenza, with overall influenza activity at low levels but showing some increase.
- Influenza activity across jurisdictions is variable. Activity since the start of the year has been higher in a majority of jurisdictions than at the same time last year, however many jurisdictions have reported a decline in activity in the most recent reporting week compared with the week prior.
- Nationally, influenza A is the predominant circulating virus type; of those viruses where subtyping data are available, influenza A(H3N2) is most common.
- The majority of influenza viruses circulating in Australia appear to be a good match with the 2015 seasonal influenza vaccine.
- Influenza-like illness (ILI) levels detected through the sentinel GP ILI surveillance system remain low. In the most recent fortnight, influenza A infection was the most common cause of ILI detected.
- Australian Influenza Activity Update No 02 - week ending 10 April 2015 (PDF 688 KB)
- Australian Influenza Activity Update No 02 - week ending 10 April 2015 (Word 966 KB)
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