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  • South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-28 (ILI Cases Increasing)

    Week 40:
    ILI trending upward: Fed. States of Micronesia, Guam, Kiribati, Nauru, Palau, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu
    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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    Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Weeks 40-44 (Some Reporting ILI Above Threshold)

    Week 43:
    Palau reporting ILI and Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    Nauru reporting Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    Fiji reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveil...ports-2011.htm

    Week 44:
    Northern Mariana Islands and Palau reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

    Fiji and Marshall Islands reporting Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values. In addition, Marshall Islands reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

    Palau and Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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    • #3
      Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-45 (Some Reporting ILI Above Threshold)

      Week 45:
      Palau reporting ILI and Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      Fiji reporting Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      Marshall Islands, Niue and Solomon Islands reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      Niue and Solomon Islands reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-46 (Some Reporting ILI Above Threshold)

        Week 46:
        Palau reporting ILI and Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
        Marshall Islands reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash and Prolonged Fever above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
        Solomon Islands reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
        http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-48

          Week 48:
          Palau reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

          Niue reporting Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

          French*Polynesia Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

          Tuvalu ILI cases on the increase.
          http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-49 (Some Reporting ILI Above Threshold)

            Week 49:
            Fiji and Palau reporting ILI and Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
            Fiji, Kiribati and Niue reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
            Tuvalu: increases in ILI over the past few weeks.
            http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

            Comment


            • #7
              Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-3

              Week 1:
              Palau and Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              Marshall Islands reporting ILI and Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              Kiribati reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

              Week 2:
              Palau and Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              Cook Islands and Fed. States of Micronesia reporting Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              Kiribati, Nauru and Niue reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

              Week 3:
              Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveil...ports-2012.htm

              Comment


              • #8
                Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-6

                Week 6:
                Solomon Islands reporting cases of Acute Fever and Rash and ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

                Fiji reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveil...ports-2012.htm

                Comment


                • #9
                  Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-7

                  Week 7:
                  Northern Mariana Islands, Samoa and Tuvalu reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  Samoa reporting Prolonged Fever (lasting 3+ days) cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveil...ports-2012.htm

                  Week 8:
                  Fiji, New Caledonia and Solomon Islands reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  Papua New Guinea reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-9

                    Week 9:
                    Fiji and Solomon Islands reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                    Papua New Guinea and Samoa reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                    Nauru reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                    French Polynesia and Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-10

                      Week 10:
                      Solomon Islands and Wallis & Futuna reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                      New Caledonia and Samoa reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                      Federated States of Micronesia reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                      Pitcairn Islands and Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                      http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-11

                        Week 11:
                        New Caledonia and Wallis & Futuna reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                        Samoa and Tokelau reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                        Federated States of Micronesia reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                        French Polynesia, Samoa and Tokelau reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                        http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-12 (Increasing ILI Cases)

                          Week 12:
                          New Caledonia, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Wallis & Futuna reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          Papua New Guinea and Samoa reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          Kiribati and New Caledonia reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Samoa and Tokelau reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-13 (Increasing ILI Cases)

                            Week 13:
                            Samoa and Wallis & Futuna reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                            New Caledonia and Samoa reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                            Kiribati reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                            French Polynesia, Samoa and Tokelau reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                            http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-14

                              Week 14:
                              Marshall Islands reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                              Marshall Islands, New Caledonia and Samoa reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                              Fiji, Guam and Samoa reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                              http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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