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Influenza surveillance report no. 72, May 31, 1962
  • Published Date:
    May 31, 1962
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Communicable Disease Center (U.S.), Influenza Surveillance Unit. ; United States, Public Health Service., Office of the Surgeon General., Advisory Committee on Influenza. ;
  • Description:
    I. Summary -- II. United States summary -- III. International summary -- IV. Laboratory report -- V. Weekly pneumonia and influenza deaths -- [supplement: Recommendations for influenza immunization and control in the civilian population / Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on Influenza. April 19, 1962]

    "There have been no reports of significant outbreaks of Influenza B in the United States since the last Surveillance Report on March 22, 1962. Four additional States - Louisiana, Ney Hampshire, Rhode Island, end South Dakota - have recently confirmed Influenza B. The total number of States confirming Influenza B this season is 43. A concise summary of the Influenza B epidemic in the United States is included. A laboratory report describes the relationship of the current B strains to previous strains of virus. Asian influenza has not been prevalent in the United States during the past season. A single recent outbreak in Bellingham Washington is reported. International reporting or Influenza A and B during the current season is summarized in tables and maps. Pneumonia and influenza deaths exceeded the expected number in a bi-modal distribution during the early months of 1962. They have remained within normal ranges since the second week in April. Attached as a supplement are the recommendations of the Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on Influenza. Of particular note is the committee's concurrence in the belief that widespread outbreaks of Influenza A (Asian) may be anticipated in the United States during the 1962-63 winter season." - p. [1]

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