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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:02 pm 
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The CDC has reported 8 pediatric deaths through week 50 (based on FluView and MMWR reports). However, media and state lab reports describe at least 8 additional confirmed cases that have not been reported in FluView MMWR weekly reports.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:04 pm 
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Great job on taking information from the other board and rewording! This was on different states. Competition.


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Seattle60 wrote:
Great job on taking information from the other board and rewording!

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The 8 deaths reported in FluView have also been reported on the MMWR reportable death page. The week reported and location of the first 8 are as follows (per MMWR):

Week 50 2 New Jersey
Week 49 1 Texas
Week 48 3 South Carolina, Florida, Indiana
Week 46 1 Texas
Week 41 1 Tennessee

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:20 pm 
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Confirmed adolescent deaths not reported in CDC FluView or MMWR (through week 50)

South Carolina 1 (week 48 state report lists two pediatric deaths - only one reported by CDC)
Maine 1 (6F, inf A, week 49)
Texas 1 (9 year old, inf B, week 50)
Washington 1 (Pierce County, <12, H3 prevalent)
Michigan 2 (six months / 13 yo, inf B, H3)
Colorado 2 (Denver and Jefferson counties, <3, inf B)

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Thread on week 51 FluView

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 7:29 pm 
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niman wrote:
Confirmed adolescent deaths not reported in CDC FluView or MMWR (through week 50)

South Carolina 1 (week 48 state report lists two pediatric deaths - only one reported by CDC)
Maine 1 (6F, inf A, week 49)
Texas 1 (9 year old, inf B, week 50)
Washington 1 (Pierce County, <12, H3 prevalent)
Michigan 2 (six months / 13 yo, inf B, H3)
Colorado 2 (Denver and Jefferson counties, <3, inf B)

Pediatric deaths have been reported in week 51 reports
New York 1 (H3 dominates)
Florida 1 (Polk county H3 dominates)

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niman wrote:
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Confirmed adolescent deaths not reported in CDC FluView or MMWR (through week 50)

South Carolina 1 (week 48 state report lists two pediatric deaths - only one reported by CDC)
Maine 1 (6F, inf A, week 49)
Texas 1 (9 year old, inf B, week 50)
Washington 1 (Pierce County, <12, H3 prevalent)
Michigan 2 (six months / 13 yo, inf B, H3)
Colorado 2 (Denver and Jefferson counties, <3, inf B)

Pediatric deaths have been reported in week 51 reports
New York 1 (H3 dominates)
Florida 1 (Polk county H3 dominates)

Additional pediatric deaths:
Ohio 1 (17F died Dec 7 of flu complications per obituary, H3 dominant)
Wisconsin 1 (week 51 report, H3 dominant)

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