U.S. Swine Flu Map
Swine Flu Case Counts
According to the CDC, as of late-May, 'flu activity in the United States declined again from the previous week and is about the same as what is normally seen during the summer in the United States.'
Please note that the CDC is no longer providing weekly updates, which will resume in October 2010, when the next seasonal flu season is expected to start.
The last flu activity report from the CDC, which include reports from May 16 to 22, 2010, showed:
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the end of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic on August 10, 2010, as we have moved towards a seasonal pattern of H1N1 transmission and no out-of-season outbreaks. As the 2009 H1N1 virus is expected to continue to circulate for several years, it is one of the flu vaccine viruses in the 2010-2011 seasonal influenza vaccine.
The continued spread of swine flu to so many countries prompted the WHO to declare a Phase 6 Global Pandemic on June 11.
CDC. Swine Influenza (Flu). Accessed April 2010. WHO. Swine Influenza. Accessed April 2010.
CDC. Swine Influenza (Flu). Accessed April 2010.
WHO. Swine Influenza. Accessed April 2010.