What flu was going around in 2012?
Over the course of the entire 2012–2013 season, influenza A (H3N2) viruses predominated nationally, followed by influenza B viruses; 2009 influenza A (H1N1) viruses were identified less frequently. Influenza A viruses predominated until the end of February 2013, after which influenza B viruses were detected more often.
What was the virus of 2013?
2009 H1N1 viruses predominated overall during the 2013-14 flu season, though influenza B viruses became the predominant virus nationally later in the season and caused an increase in influenza-like-illness in parts of the northeast especially.
What was the flu in 2013?
In spring, 2009, and the winter 2009-2010 flu season, the pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus was the dominant subtype in circulation. However, this was not true for the 2010-2011, 2011-2012, and 2012-2013 flu seasons: influenza A (H3N2) was the dominant circulating subtype (see Figure 1).
What flu was going around in 2013?
How many died from avian flu?
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What flu went around 2013?
What virus was out in 2013?
How bad will the flu outbreak be in 2013?
Flu outbreak in 2013 expected to be among the worst in decade, CDC warns. Already, the virus has been reported in 41 states — 29 of which are reporting high or “severe” levels. In New York State, flu cases are skyrocketing. During last year’s entire flu season, only 4,400 cases were reported.
When was the last flu season in 2012?
The 2012–2013 flu season was an epidemic flu season in the United States . By the week ending 29 December 2012, the CDC reported that 29 U.S. states had high numbers of reports of flu.
How many children have died from the flu in 2014?
As of August 16, 2014, more than 105 flu-related deaths in children were reported to CDC from 30 states. More information about reported pediatric deaths is available at FluView: Influenza-Associated Pediatric Mortality.
How many states have reported severe flu cases this season?
Already, the virus has been reported in 41 states — 29 of which are reporting high or “severe” levels. In New York State, flu cases are skyrocketing. During last year’s entire flu season, only 4,400 cases were reported. So far this season, there have been more than 15,000 — an increase of close to 250%.