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Influenza Reports

Saskatchewan Weekly Influenza Surveillance Report For Week Ending February 23, 2019
Please note: according to our surveillance, all indicators show that influenza A has waned in Saskatchewan. There is also little or no influenza B being reported. Given that the season started a few weeks earlier than expected, this is not unexpected. As a result, this week’s infographic will be the last infographic posted unless our surveillance indicates a change in the current situation.

Weekly report outlining new cases of influenza in Saskatchewan

1Numbers are an underestimate. Not all people seek medical care and are tested for influenza, and not all those who died with influenza-like illness were tested.
2The number of cases for current and recent weeks will increase as lab specimens are received and processed by laboratories.

Weekly Influenza Surveillance Reports for 2018-2019 season