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Forecasts of flu hospitalizations

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    Updated January 19, 2023

    Reported and forecasted new influenza hospitalizations as of January 16, 2023.

    Interpretation of National Forecasts of New Hospitalizations

    - This week’s ensemble predicts that the number of new weekly confirmed influenza hospital admissions will likely decrease nationally, with 1,200 to 10,000 new confirmed influenza hospital admissions likely reported in the week ending January 28, 2023.

    - This week, 21 modeling groups contributed 24 forecasts that were eligible for inclusion in the ensemble forecasts for at least one jurisdiction. Contributing teams are listed below.

    - Ensemble forecasts combine forecasts from diverse models into one forecast. They have been among the most reliable forecasts in performance for previous influenza and COVID-19 forecasting efforts, but even the ensemble forecasts may not reliably predict rapid changes.

    - The figure shows the number of new confirmed influenza hospital admissions reported in the United States each week from September 1 through January 14 and forecasted new influenza hospital admissions per week over the next 2 weeks, through January 28. Hospitals are required to report laboratory-confirmed influenza hospitalizations to HHS Protect daily. See COVID-19 Guidance for Hospital Reporting and FAQs for additional details on this guidance.

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