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2011-2012 Weekly Reports

The weekly reports for the 2011-12 influenza season will be archived here. For reports from previous seasons, please click here.
Influenza Report Week 2011_40.pdf
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Week 40 - Minimal to no activity. Only one hospitalization. One of two pneumonia outbreaks reported was a Legionnaires' Disease outbreak.  826k v. 1 Oct 17, 2011 7:09 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-41.pdf
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Influenza activity still at "no activity"/"minimal" intensity. Two hospitalizations confirmed by rapid test, no positive PCRs.  867k v. 1 Oct 21, 2011 11:30 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-42.pdf
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No activity with minimal intensity. Two hospitalizations (confirmed by rapid tests). No outbreaks. Low visits for ILI. Low reports of ILI.  908k v. 1 Oct 28, 2011 9:05 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-43.pdf
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No activity. Still no positives by PCR at the state lab. Few rapid positives. No outbreaks.  945k v. 1 Nov 7, 2011 6:54 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-44.pdf
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Still no positives by PCR. For historical purposes, the first positive has been as late as mid-December.  974k v. 1 Nov 18, 2011 12:05 PM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-45.pdf
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No PCR positives yet. No activity, minimal intensity.  999k v. 1 Nov 18, 2011 12:09 PM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-48.pdf
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"NO ACTIVITY" for week 48 as we continue to wait for the first lab-confirmed case of the season.  947k v. 1 Dec 16, 2011 4:55 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-49.pdf
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Still no confirmed influenza in Maryland, but indicators climbing very slowly.  954k v. 1 Jan 9, 2012 7:14 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2011-52.pdf
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Influenza finally arrives in Maryland. Activity moved from "no activity" to "sporadic".  970k v. 1 Jan 9, 2012 7:14 AM Rene Najera
INFLUENZA REPORT WEEK 2012-01.pdf
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Influenza activity still "sporadic" in Maryland. Few cases, few hospitalizations, and one ILI outbreak.  1294k v. 1 Jan 13, 2012 8:26 AM Rene Najera