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  • South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-39

    According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 40, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

    Acute Fever & Rash: Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru
    ILI: Fiji, Northern Mariana
    Diarrhorea: Fiji, Solomon Islands
    http://www2.wpro.who.int/southpacific/

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    Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-44

    Week 44:
    Cases above threshold of 90% of historical values:
    Acute Fever & Rash: Fiji and Nauru
    ILI: Solomon Islands
    Diarrhorea: Cook Islands and Solomon Islands
    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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    • #3
      Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-45

      According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 45, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

      Acute Fever & Rash: Fiji
      ILI: Solomon Islands
      Diarrhorea: American Samoa and Cook Islands

      Additionally, American Samoa is showing increases in ILI.
      http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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      • #4
        Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-46

        According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 46, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

        Acute Fever & Rash: Fiji and Vanuatu
        Prolonged Fever (3 days): Palau
        Diarrhorea: Cook Islands

        Additionally, American Samoa and Federated States of Micronesia showing increases in ILI.
        http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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        • #5
          Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-47

          According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 47, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

          ILI: Federated States of Micronesia
          Acute Fever & Rash: Vanuatu
          Prolonged Fever (3 days): Cook Islands and Tokelau
          Diarrhorea: Fiji and Niue

          Additionally, American Samoa showing increases in ILI.
          http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-48

            According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 48, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

            Acute Fever & Rash: Nauru
            Prolonged Fever (3 days): Tokelau
            Diarrhorea: Fiji, Vanuatu, Wallis and Fortuna

            Additionally, American Samoa showing increases in ILI.
            http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

            Comment


            • #7
              Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-49

              According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 49, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

              Acute Fever & Rash: Vanuatu
              ILI: Marshall Islands
              Diarrhorea: Fiji, French Polynesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Niue, Pitcairn Islands, Vanuatu and Wallis & Futuna

              Additionally, American Samoa and Federated States of Micronesia elevated ILI.
              http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

              Comment


              • #8
                Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-50

                According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 50, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                ILI: Federated States of Micronesia
                Diarrhorea: French Polynesia, Niue, Pitcairn Islands and Vanuatu

                Additionally, American Samoa and Marshall Islands elevated ILI.
                http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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                • #9
                  Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-52 (Diarrhea Above Threshold Reported)

                  NOTE: The majority of area DID NOT REPORT in weeks 51 and 52

                  According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 51, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                  ILI: Federated States of Micronesia
                  Acute Fever: Fiji
                  Diarrhorea: Pitcairn Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, Marshall Islands and Vanuatu


                  According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 52, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:
                  Diarrhorea: French Polynesia and Fiji
                  http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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                  • #10
                    Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-1

                    According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 1, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                    ILI: Federated States of Micronesia
                    Diarrhorea: Fiji and Vanuatu

                    ILI trending upward for Fiji
                    http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-2

                      According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 2, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                      ILI: Federated States of Micronesia and Pitcairn Islands
                      Diarrhorea: Federated States of Micronesia, Niue and Vanuatu
                      Prolonged Fever (3 days): New Caledonia
                      http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-3

                        According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 3, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                        ILI: Federated States of Micronesia and Pitcairn Islands
                        Diarrhorea: Federated States of Micronesia, Samoa and Tonga
                        Prolonged Fever (3 days): Papua New Guinea

                        Additionally, ILI showing increases in Samoa.
                        http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-4

                          According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 4, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                          ILI: Federated States of Micronesia and Pitcairn Islands
                          Diarrhorea: Federated States of Micronesia
                          Prolonged Fever (3 days): New Caledonia

                          Additionally, ILI showing increases in Samoa.
                          http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-5

                            According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 5, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                            Diarrhorea: Pitcairn Islands and Samoa
                            http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Re: South Pacific 2012-13 Season: Weeks 40-6

                              According to WHO South Pacific Surveillance Week 6, the following have indicated the number of cases above the threshold of 90% of historical values:

                              Acute Fever & Rash: Niue
                              Prolonged Fever (3 days): Northern Mariana Islands

                              Additionally, French Polynesia and Kiribati showing increases in ILI.
                              http://www.spc.int/phs/PPHSN/Surveillance/Syndromic.htm

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