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Volume 16, Number 12—December 2010

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Online Flutracking Survey of Influenza-like Illness during Pandemic (H1N1) 2009, Australia

Sandra J. Carlson, Craig B. Dalton, David N. DurrheimComments to Author , and John Fejsa
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Hunter Medical Research Institute, Wallsend, New South Wales, Australia (S.J. Carlson, C.B. Dalton, D.N. Durrheim); Hunter New England Population Health, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia (S.J. Carlson, C.B. Dalton, D.N. Durrheim, J. Fejsa); Newcastle University, Newcastle (C.B. Dalton, D.N. Durrheim)

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Flutracking fever and cough rates, counts of emergency department visits for influenza, and number of laboratory notifications for influenza, New South Wales, Australia, 2007–2009. PHREDSS, Public Health Real Time Emergency Department Surveillance System.

Figure. Flutracking fever and cough rates, counts of emergency department visits for influenza, and number of laboratory notifications for influenza, New South Wales, Australia, 2007–2009. PHREDSS, Public Health Real Time Emergency Department Surveillance System.

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