Government of New Brunswick

Influenza surveillance occurs worldwide.

In New Brunswick and in Canada, public health officials, laboratories, and health care professionals work together to monitor influenza activity. They report influenza-like illness (ILI), lab confirmed influenza, and outbreaks.

Monitoring virus strains allows health officials to:

  • detect new influenza viruses
  • the composition of the flu vaccine for the following influenza season
  • determine resistance to antiviral drugs.

Additional reports are available by contacting Health.Sante@gnb.ca.

 

New Brunswick
Flu Reports
(2010-2011 Season)
FluWatch
2011
Dates
Weeks
August 14
to
August 27
July 31
to
August 13
July 17
to
July 30
July 3
to
July 16
June 5
to
June 18
May 22
to
June 4
May 15
to
May 21
May 8
to
May 14
May 1
to
May 7
April 24
to
April 30
April 17
to
April 23
April 10
to
April 16
April 3
to
April 9
March 27
to
April 2
March 20
to
March 26
March 13
to
March 19
March 6
to
March 12
February 27
to
March 5
February 20
to
February 26
February 13
to
February 19
February 6
to
February 12
January 30
to
February 5
January 23
to
January 29
January 16
to
January 22
January 9
to
January 15
January 2
to
January 8
2010
Dates
Weeks
December 19
to
January 1
December 12
to
December 18
December 5
to
December 11
November 28
to
December 4
November 21
to
November 27
November 14
to
November 20
November 7
to
November13
October 31
to
November 6
October 24
to
October 30
October 17
to
October 23
October 10
to
October 16
October 3
to
October 9
September 26
to
October 2
September 12
to
September 25
August 29
to
September 11