- Influenza seasonal: H1N1, H3N2 and B.
- Pandemic H1N1 (2009)
- H3N2v: Swine influenza strain with triple reassortment, emerging 2011-2012 in US. Strain noted previously in humans, but those cases related to swine exposure. No clear human-human sustained transmission documented to date, cases observed in 5 states and susceptible to neuraminidases. Children < 10 yrs may be most prone as older children and adults may have some immunity by exposure to earlier influenza strains. No clear indication of increased severity of disease.
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