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  • Kentucky 2009-2010 Flu Season

    Source: http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/FluActivity.aspx

    County - Deaths

    Boone - 1
    Caldwell - 1
    Christian - 1
    Fayette - 3
    Floyd - 1
    Hardin - 1
    Jefferson - 3
    Kenton - 2
    Knox - 2
    Madison - 1
    McCreary - 1
    Nelson - 1
    Oldham - 1
    Pendleton - 1
    Pulaski - 1
    Scott - 1

    Total - 22
    Last edited by Missouriwatcher; October 22nd, 2010, 08:00 AM. Reason: update
    "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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    Re: Kentucky Reports 33 total deaths

    Source:

    County - Deaths

    Allen - 1
    Boone - 2
    Boyle - 1
    Breathitt - 1
    Caldwell - 1
    Christian - 1
    Fayette - 4
    Floyd - 1
    Graves - 1
    Hardin - 1
    Jefferson - 4
    Kenton - 2
    Knox - 2
    Logan - 1
    Madison - 1
    McCreary - 1
    Montgomery - 1
    Nelson - 1
    Oldham - 1
    Pendleton - 1
    Pulaski - 1
    Robertson - 1
    Scott - 1
    Woodford - 1

    Total - 33
    "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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    • #3
      Re: Kentucky Reports 35 total deaths

      Source: http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/FluActivity.aspx

      County - Deaths

      Allen - 1
      Boone - 2
      Boyle - 1
      Bracken - 1
      Breathitt - 1
      Caldwell - 1
      Christian - 1
      Fayette - 4
      Floyd - 1
      Graves - 1
      Hardin - 1
      Jefferson - 4
      Kenton - 2
      Knox - 2
      Logan - 1
      Madison - 1
      Marion - 1
      McCreary - 1
      Montgomery - 1
      Nelson - 1
      Oldham - 1
      Pendleton - 1
      Pulaski - 1
      Robertson - 1
      Scott - 1
      Woodford - 1

      Total - 35
      "I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa of Calcutta

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      • #4
        Re: Kentucky Reports 36 total deaths

        Week 48:
        http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/FluActivity.aspx

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        • #5
          Re: Kentucky Reports 39 total deaths

          Week 52:
          39 total deaths
          Kentucky's current flu activity level is sporadic.
          http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/FluActivity.aspx


          Three new reported deaths since the last issue, and the total mortality due to H1N1 related illness is at thirty-nine. Of the thirty-nine, twenty-four were female, and fifteen were male. The median age was forty-seven, with a range of one to eighty years. Of the thirty-nine, thirty-three had underlying medical conditions.
          http://healthalerts.ky.gov/SiteColle...2001_08_10.pdf

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          • #6
            Re: Kentucky - Week 2 (39 total deaths)

            Week 2:

            The hotline will be shutting down COB Sunday, January 24, due to
            low call volume.

            No additional H1N1-associated deaths were confirmed during the past two weeks leaving our total count at thirty-nine deaths.
            http://healthalerts.ky.gov/SiteColle...2001_21_10.pdf

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            • #7
              Re: Kentucky - Week 4 (39 total deaths)

              Week 4: sporadic activity

              No new deaths; total 39

              "Although close to 99.7% of the specimens that tested positive for influenza were positive for novel H1N1 influenza A, that is not all that was going on in the lab. The lab also saw circulation of other pathogens that were not influenza related.

              Mortality due to H1N1 influenza rose from mid-August to a peak during the last week of October and the first week of November, dropping
              quickly after that in Kentucky. The number of deaths attributed to
              H1N1 influenza has dropped precipitously since then and remains low to date. There have been no deaths reported since the first week of January."
              http://healthalerts.ky.gov/SiteColle...2002_05_10.pdf
              http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/KentuckyFluView.aspx

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              • #8
                Re: Kentucky - Week 14

                Week 14: Sporadic

                Kentucky's current flu activity level is sporadic. Sporadic flu activity is defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as small numbers of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases or a single laboratory-confirmed influenza outbreak has been reported, but there is no increase in cases of influenza-like illness.

                Total cases (H1N1): 1970
                Seasonal total: 5
                Total H1N1 deaths: 39
                http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/FluActivity.aspx
                Last edited by Missouriwatcher; May 29th, 2010, 07:49 AM.

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                • #9
                  Re: Kentucky 2009-2010 Flu Season

                  Report from June 22, 2010: H1N1 Summary Report
                  41 deaths (25-49 years was highest in deaths)
                  41% male; 59% female
                  73% had underlying medical conditions
                  Report lists counties and week of death.
                  http://healthalerts.ky.gov/Pages/KentuckyFluView.aspx

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