Latest H7N9 Stats

Total Confirmed Cases

Fatalities

Recovered

Hospitalized

Case Fatality Rate

413

124

129

160

 49%

Updated 5-Apr-14

Fatalities

Cases

Summary of Confirmed Human H7N9 Cases By Country/Province

Fall Season, 2013

Data collected starting Sept., 2013

Country / Province

China / Shanghai

8

2

China / Jiangsu

22

4

China / Zhejiang

94

26

 China / Anhui

8

3

China / Henan

0

0

 China / Beijing

3

1

China / Shandong

0

0

 China / Jiangxi

0

0

China / Fujian

17

5

China / Hunan

19

1

China / Hebei

0

0

China / Guangdong

98

23*

China / Guangxi

3

0

China / Guizhou

1

1

China / Jilin

1

0

Taiwan

1

1

Hong Kong

8

3

Malaysia

1

0

 

H7N9 Stats

Spring-Summer 2013

                      Data collected thru 8/30/2013

Total Confirmed Cases

Fatalities

Recovered

Hospitalized

Case Fatality Rate

135

45

88

2

 34%

Updated 06-Nov-13

Summary of Confirmed Human H7N9 Cases By Country/Province

Spring/Summer 2013

Data Collected thru Aug. 30, 2013

Country / Province

Cases

Fatalities

China / Shanghai

33

16

China / Jiangsu

28

8

China / Zhejiang

46

11

 China / Anhui

4

2

China / Henan

4

1

 China / Beijing

2

0

China / Shandong

2

0

 China / Jiangxi

6

1

China / Fujian

5

0

China / Hunan

2

1

China / Hebei

1

1

China / Guangdong

1

0

Taiwan

1

0

 

 

H7N9 Graphs & Images

This figure, from the CDC's May 10th MMWR update on H7N9, shows the location of confirmed cases, as of April 29th, of human infection (n = 126) with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus and deaths (n = 24) in China & Taiwan. Eight contiguous provinces in eastern China (Anhui, Fujian, Henan, Hunan, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Shandong, and Zhejiang), two municipalities (Beijing and Shanghai), and Taiwan have presented confirmed cases of H7N9.

This figure, from the CDC's May 10th MMWR update on H7N9,  shows confirmed cases of H7N9 infection (N = 126) in China & Taiwan by date of onset of illness and province, municipality, or area during February 19-April 29, 2013.

This figure, from the CDC's May 10th MMWR update on H7N9, shows an electron micrograph (EM) image of influenza A/Anhui/1/2013 (H7N9), dated April 15, 2013.

 

 

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