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  • #16
    Re: Manitoba Influenza Reports 2011/2012 Season Week 19

    Week 19: May 6-12, 2012
    Influenza activity in Manitoba remains low.

    Summary:

    The influenza-like-illness rate was 0.4% with 18% of sentinel physician sites reporting.
    The number of respiratory tests performed by CPL decreased compared to last week (from 78 to 64), and the percent positive for influenza remained the same (15%).
    There were no new cases of influenza A and 5 new cases of influenza B reported.
    There were five hospitalizations reported since last week associated with a lab-confirmed report of influenza.
    There were no lab-confirmed outbreaks of influenza reported in a long term care facility this week.
    ...
    Since the last flu report, there have been:
    0 new cases of influenza A reported;
    5 new cases of influenza B reported.

    Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
    65 cases of influenza A reported;
    204 cases of influenza B reported.
    ...
    Since the last flu report, there have been:
    5 new hospitalizations;
    0 new ICU admissions;
    0 new deaths.

    Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
    64 hospitalizations, of which
    9 resulted in an ICU admission; and
    4 deaths.

    Full report:
    http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publiche...nza/120512.pdf
    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
    -Nelson Mandela

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    • #17
      Re: Manitoba Influenza Reports 2011/2012 Season Week 20

      Week 20: May 13-19, 2012
      Influenza activity in Manitoba remains low.

      Summary:

      The influenza-like-illness rate was 4.6% with 27% of sentinel physician sites reporting.
      The number of respiratory tests performed by CPL was comparable to last week (from 64 to 60 tests), and the percent positive for influenza decreased slightly (from 15% to 10%).
      There was 1 new case of influenza A and 10 new cases of influenza B reported.
      There were 2 hospitalizations and 1 ICU admission reported since last week associated with a lab-confirmed report of influenza.
      There were no lab-confirmed outbreaks of influenza reported this week.
      ...
      Since the last flu report, there have been:
      1 new case of influenza A reported;
      10 new cases of influenza B reported.

      Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
      66 cases of influenza A reported;
      214 cases of influenza B reported.
      ...
      Since the last flu report, there have been:
      2 new hospitalizations;
      1 new ICU admission;
      0 new deaths.

      Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
      66 hospitalizations, of which
      10 resulted in an ICU admission; and
      4 deaths.

      Full report:
      http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publiche...nza/120519.pdf
      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
      -Nelson Mandela

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      • #18
        Re: Manitoba Influenza Reports 2011/2012 Season Week 21

        Week 21: May 20-26, 2012
        Influenza activity in Manitoba remains low.

        Summary:

        The influenza-like-illness rate was 1% with 50% of sentinel physician sites reporting.
        The number of respiratory tests performed by CPL decreased since last week (from 60 to 46 tests), and the percent positive for influenza remained about the same (from 10% to 11%).
        There was 1 new case of influenza A and 1 new case of influenza B reported.
        There were 2 hospitalizations reported since last week associated with a lab-confirmed report of influenza.
        There were no lab-confirmed outbreaks of influenza reported this week.
        ...
        Since the last flu report, there have been:
        1 new case of influenza A reported;
        1 new case of influenza B reported.

        Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
        67 cases of influenza A reported;
        215 cases of influenza B reported.
        ...
        Since the last flu report, there have been:
        2 new hospitalizations;
        0 new ICU admission;
        0 new deaths.

        Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
        68 hospitalizations, of which
        10 resulted in an ICU admission; and
        4 deaths.

        Full report:
        http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publiche...nza/120526.pdf
        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
        -Nelson Mandela

        Comment


        • #19
          Re: Manitoba Influenza Reports 2011/2012 Season Week 22

          Week 22: May 27 June 2, 2012
          Influenza activity in Manitoba remains low.

          Summary:

          The influenza-like-illness rate was 1.9% with 45% of sentinel physician sites reporting.
          The number of respiratory tests performed by CPL remained about the same as last week (from 46 to 47 tests), and the percent positive for influenza decreased (from 11% to 6.4%).
          There was 1 new case of influenza A and 1 new case of influenza B reported.
          There were no hospitalizations or deaths reported this week associated with a lab-confirmed report of influenza.
          There were no lab-confirmed outbreaks of influenza reported this week.
          ...
          Since the last flu report, there have been:
          1 new case of influenza A reported;
          1 new case of influenza B reported.

          Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
          68 cases of influenza A reported;
          216 cases of influenza B reported.
          ...
          Since the last flu report, there have been:
          0 new hospitalizations;
          0 new ICU admission;
          0 new deaths.

          Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
          68 hospitalizations, of which
          10 resulted in an ICU admission; and
          4 deaths.

          Full report:
          http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publiche...nza/120602.pdf
          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
          -Nelson Mandela

          Comment


          • #20
            Re: Manitoba Influenza Reports 2011/2012 Season Week 23

            Week 23: June 3-9, 2012
            Influenza activity in Manitoba remains low.

            Summary:

            The influenza-like-illness rate was 0.75% with 55% of sentinel physician sites reporting.
            The number of respiratory tests performed by CPL decreased from last week (from 47 to 37 tests), and the percent positive for influenza decreased (from 6.4% to 0%).
            There were no cases of influenza A or B reported.
            Surveillance for hospitalizations and deaths associated with a lab-confirmed report of influenza has ended for this season.
            There were no lab-confirmed outbreaks of influenza reported this week.
            ...
            Since the last flu report, there have been:
            0 new case of influenza A reported;
            0 new case of influenza B reported.

            Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
            68 cases of influenza A reported;
            216 cases of influenza B reported.
            ...
            Surveillance for clinically severe cases has ended for the current flu season.

            Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
            68 hospitalizations, of which
            10 resulted in an ICU admission; and
            4 deaths.

            Full report:
            http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publiche...nza/120609.pdf
            "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
            -Nelson Mandela

            Comment


            • #21
              Re: Manitoba Influenza Reports 2011/2012 Season Week 24

              Week 24: June 10-16, 2012
              Manitoba Influenza Surveillance Report

              Influenza activity in Manitoba remains very low.

              No further weekly reports will be produced this season unless a significant change in influenza activity is identified. A final 2011/2012 end of season report will be produced over the summer and posted here: http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publichealth/surveillance/reports.html#influenza.

              Summary:

              The influenza-like-illness rate was 1.8% with 45% of sentinel physician sites reporting.
              There were no cases of influenza A or B reported.
              Surveillance for hospitalizations and deaths associated with a lab-confirmed report of influenza has ended for this season.
              There were no lab-confirmed outbreaks of influenza reported this week.
              ...
              Since the last flu report, there have been:
              0 new case of influenza A reported;
              0 new case of influenza B reported.

              Since the beginning of the season, there have been:
              68 cases of influenza A reported;
              216 cases of influenza B reported.
              ...
              Surveillance for clinically severe cases has ended for the current flu season.
              Since the beginning of the season, there have been:

              68 hospitalizations, of which
              10 resulted in an ICU admission; and
              4 deaths.1

              Full report:
              http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/publiche...nza/120616.pdf
              "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
              -Nelson Mandela

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