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.
New Brunswick
Flu Reports (2012-2013 Season)
FluWatch

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2013
Dates Weeks Links
August 11
to
August 24
Week 33, 34
July 28
to
August 10
Week 31, 32
July 14
to
July 27
Week 29, 30
June 16
to June 29
Week 25, 26
June 2
to June 15
Week 23, 24
May 19
to June 1
Week 21, 22
May 12
to May 18
Week 20
May 5
to May 11
Week 19
April 28
to May 4
Week 18
April 21
to April 27
Week 17
April 14
to April 20
Week 16
April 7
to April 13
Week 15
March 31
to April 6
Week 14
March 24
to March 30
Week 13
March 17
to March 23
Week 12
March 10
to March 16
Week 11
March 3
to March 9
Week 10
February 24
to March 2
Week 9
February 17
to February 23
Week 8
February 10
to February 16
Week 7
February 3
to February 9
Week 6
January 27
to February 2
Week 5
January 20
to January 26
Week 4
January 13
to January 19
Week 3
January 6
to January 12
Week 2
December 30
to January 5
Week 1



2012
Dates Weeks Links
December 16
to December 29
Week 51, 52
December 9
to December 15
Week 50
December 2
to December 8
Week 49
November 25
to December 1
Week 48
November 18
to November 24
Week 47
November 11
to November 17
Week 46
November 4
to November 10
Week 45
October 28
to November 3
Week 44
October 7
to October 20
Week 41, 42
September 23
to October 6
Week 39, 40
September 9
to September 22
Week 37, 38
August 26
to September 8
Week 35, 36