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  • Nebraska Influenza 2017-18: 77 fatalities, including 1 child

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    "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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    Flu-related deaths in Nebraska nearly double from Week 1 to 21 for the season. This exceeds the total deaths in the 2009-10 season of 19.

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    • #3
      Nebraska girl dies from flu, officials say

      Posted: Tue 7:45 PM, Jan 23, 2018

      (WOWT) -- A child flu-related death in central Nebraska has been reported to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. State health officials say Nebraska along with the rest of the nation is experiencing a severe flu season.

      The young girl from Genoa, Lily Kershaw, died Sunday morning according to a Facebook post by Twin River Kindergarten. Kershaw died of complications from the flu. School officials said Lily was a smart, kind and loving girl with passion for learning.
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      http://www.wowt.com/content/news/Neb...470805093.html
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      • #4
        Nebraska is reporting 27 flu-related deaths through Week 3.

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        • #5
          Nebraska reports 33 flu-related deaths, including 1 child, through Week 4.

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          • #6
            Synopsis for Week Ending February 3rd, 2018
            SUMMARY STATS
            Percent of influenza tests positive 25% (1372/5489)
            Percent of RSV rapid tests positive 29.45% (381/1321
            Percent of outpatient visits for ILI 5.56% (regional baseline 1.8%)
            Influenza-associated hospitalizations 412 inpatients
            Percent of emergency department visits due to ILI 7.9%
            Percent school absence due to illness 3.26%
            Number of schools with ≥11% absence due to illness 21
            Number of influenza outbreaks reported (Cumulative) 58
            Influenza-associated mortality-all ages (Cumulative) 40
            Influenza-associated pediatric mortality (Cumulative) 1

            http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Documents/Report.pdf​
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            • #7
              Nebraska Influenza Surveillance Report
              2017-18 Influenza Season, Week 6
              SUMMARY STATS
              Percent of influenza tests positive 26.7% (1631/6108)
              Percent of RSV rapid tests positive 25.28% (365/1444)
              Percent of outpatient visits for ILI 7.09% (regional baseline 1.8%)
              Influenza-associated hospitalizations 414 inpatients
              Percent of emergency department visits due to ILI 10.5%
              Percent school absence due to illness 3.91%
              Number of schools with ≥11% absence due to illness 36
              Number of influenza outbreaks reported 63
              Influenza-associated mortality-all ages (Cumulative) 46
              Influenza-associated pediatric mortality (Cumulative) 1

              http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Documents/Report.pdf
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              • #8
                Synopsis for Week Ending February 17th, 2018
                SUMMARY STATS
                Percent of influenza tests positive 28.59% (1577/5516)
                Percent of RSV rapid tests positive 23.18% (305/1316)
                Percent of outpatient visits for ILI 7.44% (regional baseline 1.8%)
                Influenza-associated hospitalizations 376 inpatients
                Percent of emergency department visits due to ILI 8.6%
                Percent school absence due to illness 2.63%
                Number of schools with ≥11% absence due to illness 15
                Number of influenza outbreaks reported (Cumulative) 66
                Influenza-associated mortality-all ages (Cumulative) 50
                Influenza-associated pediatric mortality (Cumulative) 1

                http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Documents/Report.pdf
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                • #9
                  Synopsis for Week Ending March 3rd, 2018

                  Percent of influenza tests positive 28.57% (1233/4316)
                  Percent of RSV rapid tests positive 20.60% (248/1204)
                  Percent of outpatient visits for ILI 5.24% (regional baseline 1.8%)
                  Influenza-associated hospitalizations 345 inpatients
                  Percent of emergency department visits due to ILI 6.9%
                  Percent school absence due to illness 2.68%
                  Number of schools with ≥11% absence due to illness 13
                  Number of influenza outbreaks reported (Cumulative) 77
                  Influenza-associated mortality-all ages (Cumulative) 61
                  Influenza-associated pediatric mortality (Cumulative) 1

                  http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Documents/Report.pdf
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                  • #10
                    Synopsis for Week Ending March 17th, 2018
                    Percent of influenza tests positive 29.77% (821/2758)
                    Percent of RSV rapid tests positive 19.17% (125/652)
                    Percent of outpatient visits for ILI 7.96% (regional baseline 1.8%)
                    Influenza-associated hospitalizations 360 inpatients
                    Percent of emergency department visits due to ILI 5%
                    Percent school absence due to illness 1.57%
                    Number of schools with ≥11% absence due to illness 4
                    Number of influenza outbreaks reported (Cumulative) 83
                    Influenza-associated mortality-all ages (Cumulative) 77
                    Influenza-associated pediatric mortality (Cumulative) 1

                    http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Documents/Report.pdf
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                    • #11
                      Synopsis for Week Ending March 31st, 2018
                      Percent of influenza tests positive 21.01% (351/1671)
                      Percent of RSV rapid tests positive 13.93% (106/761)
                      Percent of outpatient visits for ILI 3.37% (regional baseline 1.8%)
                      Influenza-associated hospitalizations 266 inpatients
                      Percent of emergency department visits due to ILI 3.4%
                      Percent school absence due to illness 1.78%
                      Number of schools with ≥11% absence due to illness 1
                      Number of influenza outbreaks reported (Cumulative) 101
                      Influenza-associated mortality-all ages (Cumulative) 86
                      Influenza-associated pediatric mortality (Cumulative) 1

                      http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Documents/Report.pdf
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                      The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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