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Influenza Summary and Reports

DOD Seasonal Influenza Summary and Report

Seasonal Influenza Summary Nov 10 2022

Command

Influenza Activity

USNORTHCOM

ILI activity was minimal. The majority of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases have been Influenza A (not subtyped) A(H3N2).

USEUCOM

ILI activity was minimal. The majority of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases have been Influenza A (not subtyped). A(H3N2).

USINDOPACOM

ILI activity was minimal. The majority of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases have been influenza A (not subtyped) and A(H3N2).

USSOUTHCOM

ILI activity was minimal. No specimens have tested positive for influenza this season.

USCENTCOM

ILI activity was moderate.

** The COVID-19 mitigation efforts occurring across the world may impact ILI activity levels.


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DOD Global, Laboratory-based, Influenza Surveillance Program

Our mission is to provide an operationally relevant, global, laboratory-based influenza surveillance program that encompasses the most important respiratory diseases affecting the U.S. military.

If you are a sentinel site, we have compiled key resources (links below) to help prepare for the upcoming influenza surveillance season. The data gathered from your site will be used to track influenza activity, monitor the trends in new and existing influenza virus strains, and will be used to help shape next season's influenza vaccination.

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