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Last Updated: October 15, 2014

DataReal-time data on infectious disease symptoms tracked by the Seattle Fire Department.

Analytical Reports: Ongoing analysis of surveillance data is presented to the Fire Department management and Medical Director. A comprehensive evaluation of the tracking program, published in December, 2010, and updated in October 2012 is accessible from this link.

SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM: Details on the Situation Found and First Watch Programs.

 CURRENT SUMMARY COMMENTS

10/16/2014 Comments:  The rate of infectious disease symtoms recorded through the Department's program are consistent with prior year's normal on-set of the "flu season".  As indicated in King County Public Health reports there is no significant difference from prior years in flu-like diseases.


Previous Comments
LINKS
2009-2011 Influenza Surveillance Summaries

King County Public Health - Communicable Disease

CDC Weekly Flu Report

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Last Modified:   October 15, 2014

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