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Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance Report | Seasonal Influenza (Flu) | CDC

Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance Report | Seasonal Influenza (Flu) | CDC


Weekly Influenza Surveillance

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FluView - Weekly Influenza Surveillance Report
Situation Update: Summary of Weekly FluView Report
For Clinicians: Evaluating and Managing Patients Exposed to Infected BirdsSelf-Observation Instructions for Demobilizing H5 Bird Flu Responders

Weekly Influenza Surveillance

The most recent FluView report indicates that flu season is just getting started in the United States; activity is still low across most of the country. Increases in activity are expected in the coming weeks. Flu activity most often peaks in February and can last into May. It is not too late to get your flu vaccine this season. Flu vaccines this season have been updated to better match circulating viruses.
CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months and older. Vaccination can reduce flu illnesses, doctors' visits, and missed work and school due to flu, as well as prevent flu-related hospitalizations. More than 143.3 million doses of flu vaccine have been distributed in the United States. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for protection to set in, making now the perfect time to get vaccinated. Find a Vaccine.
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2015-16 Seasonal Influenza Vaccine—Total Doses Distributed
December 18, 2015 11:00 AM ET

2015 Total Doses Distributed
12/18/2015 ≈ 143.3 million doses
12/04/2015 ≈ 142.0 million doses
11/27/2015 ≈ 140.5 million doses
11/13/2015 ≈ 132.7 million doses
10/30/2015 ≈ 123.7 million doses
10/23/2015 ≈ 118.2 million doses
10/09/2015 ≈ 109.4 million doses
10/02/2015 ≈ 98.5 million doses
9/25/2015 ≈ 92.3 million doses
9/18/2015 ≈ 76.1 million doses
9/11/2015 ≈ 65.1 million doses
9/04/2015 ≈ 40.7 million doses
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Join CDC's Flu Vaccine Selfie Campaign

2015 Partners Events: Interactive Timeline

CDC has launched the #VaxWithMe selfie campaign as an innovative way to capture and share flu vaccination promotion across various digital platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube). This campaign encourages individuals to share photos and videos of themselves (hashtagged #VaxWithMe) during or after getting a flu shot.
To see an interactive display of selfies posted for this campaign this season, visit: CDC Posts weekly updates to the campaign timeline!
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Flu vaccination: a growing trend among pregnant women

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Flu Related Infographics, Banners, Buttons and More

The Flu Web tools include widgets, banners, buttons and badges that can be added to your website; these will link back to CDC's flu website. You can download and send ecards to patients, family, and friends to encourage flu vaccination, in addition to viewing and responding to blogs.
Benefits of Flu Vaccination
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Flu vaccination: a growing trend among pregnant womenDownload PDF  [186 KB, 1 page]
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Flu News & Spotlights

Latest Spotlights: Read new and noteworthy influenza-related developments and featured stories.
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