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DC 2012-13 Season: Weeks 2-20 (One Pediatric Death)

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  • DC 2012-13 Season: Weeks 2-20 (One Pediatric Death)

    Week 2: Local
    103 cases of Influenza were reported by hospitals during this reporting period.
    ILI: 0.8%
    20.1% positive for influenza; majority A


    Week 3: Local
    67 cases of Influenza were reported by hospitals during this reporting period.
    ILI: 2.6%
    13.4% positive for influenza; majority A

    Week 4: Local
    37 cases of Influenza were reported by hospitals during this reporting period.
    ILI: 6.97%
    11.2% positive for influenza; majority A

    Week 5: Local
    37 cases of Influenza were reported by hospitals during this reporting period.
    ILI: 5.49%
    12.4% positive for influenza; majority A

    Week 6: Local
    16 cases of Influenza were reported by hospitals during this reporting period.
    ILI: 5.28%
    4.7% positive for influenza; majority B
    http://doh.dc.gov/node/114982

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    Re: DC 2012-13 Season: Weeks 2-17 (Sporadic)

    Week 17: Sporadic NOTE: previous week's reports are now available on website
    4 new hospitalizations
    There have been a total of 774 hospitalizations reported for the season.
    ILI: 0% (sentinel providers)
    7.7% positive for influenza; majority B
    No pediatric deaths have been reported.
    http://doh.dc.gov/node/114982

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      Re: DC 2012-13 Season: Weeks 2-20 (One Pediatric Death)

      Week 18: Sporadic
      2 new hospitalizations; total of 776
      ILI: 5.77% (week 17: 5.45%)
      5.9% positive for influenza
      No pediatric deaths have been reported.

      Week 19: Sporadic
      2 cases reported
      5% positive for influenza; all A

      Week 20: Sporadic
      6 cases reported
      27% positive for influenza; majority A
      http://doh.dc.gov/node/114982

      One influenza-associated pediatric death was reported to CDC during week 26. This death was associated with an influenza B virus and occurred during week 7 (week ending February 16, 2013).
      http://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/

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