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Weekly Influenza Surveillance Report

N.C. Flu-Associated Deaths*

Flu Weekly Report

North Carolina Influenza data:


New Flu Deaths 02/25/18-03/03/18


Total Flu Deaths This Season (starting 10/1/17)

*Influenza-associated Deaths –This number is based on reports submitted by providers to the North Carolina Division of Public Health. An influenza-associated death is defined for surveillance purposes as a death (adult or pediatric) resulting from a clinically compatible illness that was confirmed to be influenza by an appropriate laboratory or rapid diagnostic test with no period of complete recovery between the illness and death. Deaths that occurred on or after 10/1/2017 will be reflected in this report for the 2017-2018 season. 


To avoid catching the flu, get vaccinated each year and practice good hand hygiene. To avoid giving the flu to others, stay home when you are sick, cough or sneeze into tissues and discard them properly, and wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use an approved hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.


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