- Australian Influenza Surveillance Report
- Previous Reports and Updates
- Annual Reports
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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.
- Influenza activity has increased slightly in the last month, but remains at inter-seasonal levels across Australia.
- Detections of influenza B viruses have increased in recent weeks, consistent with the predominance of influenza B viruses worldwide currently.1
- Respiratory viruses other than influenza are more commonly causing influenza-like illness presentations to sentinel general practitioners, with rhinovirus and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) detected most frequently.
- There is no indication of the potential severity of the 2017 season at this time.
- To date, the seasonal influenza vaccines appear to be a good match for circulating virus strains.
- Australian Influenza Surveillance Report No 01 - 13 May to 26 May 2017 (PDF 1035 KB)
- Australian Influenza Surveillance Report No 01 - 13 May to 26 May 2017 (Word 1648 KB)
- Previous Reports - 2017
- Previous Reports - 2016
- Previous Reports and Updates - 2015
- Previous Reports and Updates - 2014
- Previous Reports - 2013
- Previous Reports - 2012
- Previous Reports - 2011
- Previous Reports - 2010
- Previous Reports - 2009
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