The CDC FluView report provides weekly influenza surveillance information in the United States. These applications were developed to enhance the weekly FluView report by better facilitating communication about influenza with the public health community, clinicians, scientists, and the general public. This series of dynamic visualizations allow any Internet user to access influenza information collected by CDC’s monitoring systems.
ILI and Viral Surveillance
National and Regional Outpatient Illness and Viral Surveillance
This application showcases two of CDC’s influenza surveillance systems, the WHO/NREVSS Collaborating Labs and the US Outpatient Influenza-like Illness Surveillance Network (ILINet). Users are able to view both influenza laboratory data and medically attended visits for influenza-like illness (ILI) side by side for the influenza season and region of interest.
Laboratory Confirmed Influenza Hospitalizations
This application shows hospitalization rates from FluSurv-NET, a population-based surveillance network for laboratory-confirmed influenza-associated hospitalizations. This application allows users to view rates across multiple seasons and different age groups.
New! Laboratory Confirmed Influenza Hospitalizations with Characteristics
A second application also shows data from FluSurvNET but focuses on the characteristics (such as the virus type, demographic, and clinical information) of these hospitalizations.
ILI Activity Map
ILI Activity Indicator Map
This application shows ILI activity by state using data collected through ILINet. This interactive tool allows users to view state-specific activity levels for multiple seasons and to have a visual representation of relative activity from state to state. For more in depth state level information, users can access state influenza surveillance websites by clicking on the state.
Influenza Associated Pediatric Mortality
This application shows information collected through the Influenza-Associated Pediatric Mortality Surveillance System and allows users to view case characteristics including basic demographics, underlying conditions and time and place of death.