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OKFlu View: Influenza Activity Summary
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The purpose of the influenza statistics page is to provide summaries of influenza information obtained from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Acute Disease Service (ADS) influenza sentinel surveillance system and influenza test results from the OSDH Public Health Laboratory (PHL).

Note:  The last week of the 2013-2014 influenza season was the week ending May 3, 2014.  The ADS will continue to partner with healthcare providers and hospital laboratories throughout the summer to conduct influenza and viral respiratory sentinel surveillance.  From May through September 2014, ADS will produce a monthly report, and updated influenza statistics will be posted on the first Thursday of each month by 10:00 a.m.

Influenza-Associated Hospitalization Surveillance for 2013-2014 Season 

Sentinel Surveillance Summary for August 3 through August 30, 2014

  • The percentage of outpatient visits meeting the criteria for ILI1 was 0.8% (75/9,386).
  • 0.0% (0/261) of the rapid influenza tests performed by sentinel laboratories were positive. 
  • 0.0% (0/11) of the respiratory specimens tested for influenza by PCR at the OSDH Public Health Laboratory were positive.
  • 0.0% (0/272) of RSV tests performed by sentinel laboratories were positive.
1Influenza-like illness is defined as having a fever (>100°F) combined with a cough and/or a sore throat.

National Information:

Weekly National Statistics (CDC)
Flu Activity Level Criteria (CDC)

United States Influenza Activity Map

Weekly Percent of Influenza-like Illness Based on Total Patient Visits to Sentinel Clinicians

Weekly Percent Positive Influenza Testing Graph 2011-2014

Weekly Sentinel Lab Number, Type, and Percent Positive Influenza Testing Graph 2013-2014

Weekly Influenza Viral Testing Graph

Weekly Viral Respiratory Testing Table

Weekly Percent Positive RSV Testing Graph 2011-2014


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