INFLUENZA: WHO GLOBAL UPDATE
- Although in many European countries influenza-like illness activity started to increase, influenza detections in the northern hemisphere temperate zones remained low.
- Influenza transmission in southern
- In the Caribbean region of Central America and tropical South America countries, reported cases of influenza A infection remained at low levels among most
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) continued to predominate in certain countries, but the RSV activity largely remained within expected seasonal levels.
- Influenza activity peaked in the temperate countries of South America and in
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