Volume 25, Number 11—November 2019
Human-to-Human Transmission of Influenza A(H3N2) Virus with Reduced Susceptibility to Baloxavir, Japan, February 2019
|Influenza type or subtype||Total frequency||Age group, y
|A(H1N1)pdm09||5/323 (1.5)||4/230 (1.7)||1/35 (2.9)||0/41||0/14||0/3|
|A(H3N2)||32/337 (9.5)||26/215 (12.1)||5/45 (11.1)||1/54 (1.9)||0/16||0/7|
*Values are no./total (%).
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