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national influenza surveillance 1997.in 1997 information from several sources was combined to detect trends in influenza activity in australia. data was included from laboratories, general practitioners and a national employer. laboratory surveillance documented two consecutive outbreaks, influenza b in july followed by influenza a (h3n2) in august. some of the influenza a (h3n2) viruses isolated, represented by the a/sydney/5/97 strain, showed significant antigenic drift from the a/wuhan/359/95 vaccine strain. influenza activity w ...19989621494
national influenza surveillance 1996.in 1996 data from laboratories, general practitioners and a national employer were combined to detect trends in influenza activity in australia. an epidemic of influenza a (h3n2) was recorded. little influenza b activity was noted throughout the winter months, however the number of laboratory reports of influenza b rose in the last quarter of the year. influenza activity was reflected in the consultation rates recorder by sentinel general practitioner reporting schemes. of particular note was th ...19979140101
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