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Trends of Norovirus-associated Outcomes Figures

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Norovirus-associated Deathsdeath icon of skull

Data from 1999–2007 show the number of U.S. deaths for norovirus-related illness is consistently higher during winter months. Deaths from norovirus were highest in winter of 2002–2003 and 2006–2007 when a new norovirus strain emerged.

The number of deaths in the U.S. from norovirus illness is consistently higher in winter months. Deaths from norovirus were highest in winter 2002-2003 and 2006-2007, when a pandemic virus strain emerged.

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Norovirus-associated Hospitalizationshospitalization icon of hospital

Data from 1996–2009 show the number of U.S. hospitalizations for norovirus-related illness is consistently higher during winter months. Number of hospitalizations also increased in winter of 2002–2003 and 2006–2007 when a new norovirus strain emerged.

The number of U.S. hospitalizations for norovirus illness is consistently higher in winter months. Hospitalizations for norovirus were highest in winter 2002-2003 and 2006-2007, when a pandemic virus strain emerged.

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Norovirus-associated Emergency Department Visitsemergency icon of ambulance

Data from 1996–2009 show the number of visits to a U.S. emergency department for norovirus-related illness is consistently higher during winter. Number of visits also increased in winter of 2002–2003 and 2006–2007 when a new norovirus strain emerged.

The number of visits to a U.S. urgent care or emergency department for norovirus illness is consistently higher in winter months. Emergency department visits for norovirus were highest in winter 2002-2003 and 2006-2007, when a pandemic virus strain emerged.

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Norovirus-associated Outpatient Visitsoutpatient icon of stethescope

Data from 2001–2009 show the number of U.S. outpatient visits for norovirus-related illness is consistently higher during winter months. Number of outpatient visits were highest in winter of 2002–2003 and 2006–2007 when a new norovirus strain emerged.

The number of visits to a U.S. medical office or clinic for norovirus illness is consistently higher in winter months. Outpatient visits for norovirus were highest in winter 2002-2003 and 2006-2007, when a pandemic virus strain emerged.

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