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Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-20 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

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  • #16
    Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-8 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

    Week 8:
    No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

    ILI: ~2.8%
    44% positive for influenza; majority B
    P&I deaths ~8%
    With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

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    • #17
      Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-9 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

      Week 9:
      No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

      ILI: ~2%
      No positives for influenza
      P&I deaths ~10.4%
      With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

      Comment


      • #18
        Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-10 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

        Week 10:
        No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

        ILI: ~1.9%
        No positives for influenza
        P&I deaths ~7.5%
        With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

        Comment


        • #19
          Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-11 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

          Week 11:
          No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

          ILI: ~1.5%
          No positives for influenza
          P&I deaths ~8.8%
          With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

          Comment


          • #20
            Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-12 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

            Week 12:
            No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

            ILI: ~0.9%
            No positives for influenza
            P&I deaths ~7.3%
            With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

            Comment


            • #21
              Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-13 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

              Week 13:
              No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

              ILI: ~0.8%
              100% positives for influenza: A/H1
              P&I deaths ~7.9%
              With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

              Comment


              • #22
                Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-14 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                Week 14:
                No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                ILI: ~0.5%
                No positives for influenza detected
                P&I deaths ~7.1%
                With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                Comment


                • #23
                  Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-15 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                  Week 15:
                  No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                  ILI: ~0.4%
                  No samples submitted for testing
                  P&I deaths ~7.2%
                  With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                  Comment


                  • #24
                    Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-16 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                    Week 16:
                    No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                    ILI: ~0.2%
                    No samples submitted for testing (Note: Last week A/H1 was detected)
                    P&I deaths ~5%
                    With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                    Comment


                    • #25
                      Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-17 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                      Week 17: No Activity
                      No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                      ILI: ~0.25%
                      No samples submitted for testing
                      P&I deaths ~4%
                      With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                      Comment


                      • #26
                        Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-18 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                        Week 18
                        No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                        ILI: ~0.5%
                        No samples submitted for testing
                        P&I deaths ~7.5%
                        With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                        Comment


                        • #27
                          Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-19 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                          Week 19:
                          No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                          ILI: ~0.5%
                          No positives for influenza detected
                          P&I deaths ~4.5%
                          With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                          Comment


                          • #28
                            Re: Kansas 2012-13 Season: Weeks 44-20 (No New Pediatric Deaths; Total Two)

                            Week 20:
                            No new influenza-associated pediatric deaths; total 2

                            ILI: ~0.25%
                            No samples submitted for testing
                            P&I deaths ~4.2%
                            With the beginning of Influenza season, it was decided that the previous graph displaying total ED visits for fever and respiratory symptoms would not be of immediate use for determining county-level COVID-19 vs. Influenza activity due to similarities in presentation.

                            Comment

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