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The Australian Influenza Surveillance Report is published on a fortnightly basis during the influenza season, typically between May and October. Influenza activity updates will be published outside of the seasonal period. A more in-depth end-of-season report is also published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence journal.
Australian Influenza Activity Update - week ending 24 April 2015
- Australia is currently in the inter-seasonal period for influenza, with overall influenza activity at low levels.
- Influenza activity across jurisdictions is variable. Activity since the start of the year has been higher in a majority of jurisdictions than at the same time last year, however many jurisdictions have reported a decline in activity in the most recent reporting week compared with the week prior.
- Nationally, influenza A is the predominant circulating virus type; of those viruses where subtyping data are available, influenza A(H3N2) is the most common.
- Influenza viruses circulating in Australia appear to be a good match with the 2015 seasonal trivalent influenza vaccine.
- Influenza-like illness (ILI) levels detected through the sentinel GP ILI surveillance system remain lower than previous years. In the most recent fortnight, rhinovirus infection was the most common cause of ILI detected.
- Australian Influenza Activity Update No 03 - week ending 24 April 2015 (PDF 705 KB)
- Australian Influenza Activity Update No 03 - week ending 24 April 2015 (Word 973 KB)
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