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Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020
Research

Nowcasting (Short-Term Forecasting) of Influenza Epidemics in Local Settings, Sweden, 2008–2019

Armin SprecoComments to Author , Olle Eriksson, Örjan Dahlström, Benjamin John Cowling, Matthew Biggerstaff, Gunnar Ljunggren, Anna Jöud, Emanuel Istefan, and Toomas Timpka
Author affiliations: Linköping University Department of Health, Medicine, and Caring Sciences, Linköping, Sweden (A. Spreco, E. Istefan, T. Timpka); Center for Health Services Development, Region Östergötland, Linköping (A. Spreco, T. Timpka); Linköping University Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping (O. Eriksson, T. Timpka); Linköping University Department of Behavioral Sciences and Learning, Linköping (Ö. Dahlström); World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control, The University of Hong Kong School of Public Health, Hong Kong (B.J. Cowling); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (M. Biggerstaff); Karolinska Institutet Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences, and Society, Huddinge, Sweden (G. Ljunggren); Public Health Care Services Committee Administration, Region Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden (G. Ljunggren); Lund University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Lund, Sweden (A. Jöud); Lund University Faculty of Medicine, Clinical Sciences, Division of Orthopedics, Lund (A. Jöud); Scania University Hospital Department for Research and Development, Lund (A. Jöud)

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Figure 1

Three regions analyzed in study of nowcasting for influenza epidemics in local settings, Sweden. Black indicates Stockholm County, red West Gothia County, gray Scania County. Included in the map is the island Zeeland (Sjaelland) (which is neighboring to Scania County). Blue indicates the city of Copenhagen (population 2 million) (on the island in the left lower corner of the figure).

Figure 1. Three regions analyzed in study of nowcasting for influenza epidemics in local settings, Sweden. Black indicates Stockholm County, red West Gothia County, gray Scania County. Included in the map is the island Zeeland (Sjaelland) (which is neighboring to Scania County). Blue indicates the city of Copenhagen (population 2 million) (on the island in the left lower corner of the figure).

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