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

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  • #16
    Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-17

    Week 15:
    Wallis & Futuna reporting cases of ILI above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    Kiribati and Palau reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    Fiji reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

    Week 16:
    Marshall Islands 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.

    Week 17:
    Federated States of Micronesia reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    Guam reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveil...ports-2012.htm

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    • #17
      Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-18

      Week 18:
      New Caledonia reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      Nuie reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      Federated States of Micronesia reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
      http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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      • #18
        Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-19

        Week 19:
        Solomon Islands reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
        Kiribati and Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
        Federated States of Micronesia and Marshall Islands reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
        http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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        • #19
          Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-20

          Week 20:
          Papua New Guinea reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
          Solomon Islands and Tokelau reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
          New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
          Federated States of Micronesia reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
          http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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          • #20
            Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-21

            Week 21:
            Papua New Guinea reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
            Nauru and Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
            Federated States of Micronesia reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

            Additionally, ILI is increased in Cook Islands, Guam and Samoa.
            http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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            • #21
              Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-22

              Week 22:
              Papua New Guinea reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              Nauru, Palua and Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
              Federated States of Micronesia reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

              Additionally, ILI is increased in Kiribati, Federated States of Micronesia and Samoa.
              http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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              • #22
                Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-23

                Week 23:
                New Caledonia reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                Nauru and Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                Federated States of Micronesia reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

                Additionally, ILI is increased in Guam, Kiribati, Samoa and Solomon Islands.
                http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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                • #23
                  Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-24

                  Week 24:
                  New Caledonia and Solomon Islands reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  Nauru, Niue and Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  Kiribati reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                  http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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                  • #24
                    Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-25

                    Week 25:
                    Northern Mariana Islands reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                    Nauru and Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                    Federated States of Micronesia reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

                    ILI cases rising in:
                    American Samoa, Fiji, Kiribati, Samoa and Wallis & Futuna
                    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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                    • #25
                      Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-26

                      Week 26:
                      Solomon Islands reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                      Solomon Islands and Samoa reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                      Northern Mariana Islands, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

                      ILI cases rising in:
                      American Samoa and Fiji
                      http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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                      • #26
                        Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-27

                        Week 27:
                        Solomon Islands reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                        New Caledonia reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

                        ILI cases rising in:
                        Guam and Samoa
                        http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                        Comment


                        • #27
                          Re: South Pacific 2011-2012 Flu Season: Week 40-28 (ILI Cases Increasing)

                          Week 28:
                          New Caledonia, New Zealand and Niue reporting ILI cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          Nauru reporting Acute Fever and Rash cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          New Caledonia reporting Prolonged Fever cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.
                          Vanuatu reporting Diarrhoea cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values.

                          ILI cases rising in:
                          Fiji, Samoa and Solomon Islands
                          http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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