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  • Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-20

    Week 46: Local
    Number of cases since season began: 191 (majority A)
    Ages most affected: 0-19 years
    http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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    Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-48

    Week 48: Regional
    Number of cases since season began: 342 (majority A)
    Ages most affected: 5-10 years
    http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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      Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-49

      Week 49: Widespread
      145 new cases; total 488 (majority 0-19 years of age)
      60% positive for influenza; majority A/H3
      http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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      • #4
        Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-50

        Week 50: Widespread
        271 new cases; total 770 (majority under 40 years of age)
        ~78% positive for influenza; majority A/H3

        NOTE: 2009(H1N1) "swine like" was indicated last week. Additionally, number of cases doubled from week 48 to 49, and nearly doubled in week 50.
        Wk: Total for week
        48: 77
        49: 154
        50: 271
        http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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        • #5
          Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-52

          Week 51: Widespread
          463 new cases
          ~78% positive for influenza; majority A/H3

          Week 52: Widespread
          369 new cases; total 1631
          ~64% positive for influenza; majority A/H3
          http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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          • #6
            Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-1

            Week 1: Widespread
            298 new cases; total 2,021
            77% positive for influenza; majority A/H3
            http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

            Of note:
            In 2011-12: This season 1,112 cases of laboratory-confirmed influenza (RIDT, DFA, PCR, and laboratory cultures) were reported from 21 of Wyoming’s 23 counties.

            In 2010-11: This season 2,421 cases of laboratory-confirmed influenza (rapid diagnostic testing, DFA, IFA, PCR and laboratory cultures) were reported from all of Wyoming’s 23 counties.

            In 2009-10: This season 3,109 cases of laboratory-confirmed influenza (rapid diagnostic testing, DFA, IFA, PCR and laboratory cultures) were reported from all of Wyoming’s 23 counties.

            In 2008-09: This season 2,092 cases of laboratory-confirmed influenza (rapid diagnostic testing, DFA, IFA, PCR and laboratory cultures) were reported from all of Wyoming’s 23 counties.

            In 2007-08: This season, 2,640 cases of influenza (rapid test and culture positives combined) were reported from all of Wyoming’s twenty-three counties.
            http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid...ndReports.html

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            • #7
              Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-2

              Week 2: Widespread
              302 new cases; total 2,407 (cases have dropped three weeks in a row)
              46% positive for influenza; majority A/H3
              http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-3

                Week 3: Widespread
                267 new cases; total 2,685 (cases have dropped four weeks in a row)
                47% positive for influenza; majority B
                http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                • #9
                  Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-4

                  Week 4: Widespread
                  233 new cases; total 2,930 (cases continue to drop)
                  40% positive for influenza
                  http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                    Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-5

                    Week 5: Widespread
                    241 new cases; total 3,195 (cases continue to drop)
                    48% positive for influenza; majority B
                    http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                      Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-6

                      Week 6: Widespread
                      166 new cases; total 3,365 (cases continue to drop)
                      30% positive for influenza; majority B
                      http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                        Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-7

                        Week 7: Widespread
                        148 new cases; total 3,540 (cases continue to drop)
                        41% positive for influenza; majority B
                        http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                        • #13
                          Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-8

                          Week 8:
                          89 new cases; total 3,635 (cases continue to drop)
                          36.8% positive for influenza; all influenza B
                          http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                            Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-9

                            Week 9:
                            73 new cases; total 3,727 (cases continue to drop)
                            42.8% positive for influenza; all influenza B
                            http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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                              Re: Wyoming 2012-13 Season: Weeks 46-10

                              Week 10:
                              71 new cases; total 3,803
                              42.9% positive for influenza; all influenza B
                              http://www.health.wyo.gov/phsd/epiid/flu.html

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