- Public Health England
- Part of:
- Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV): guidance, data and analysis
- 24 July 2014
- Last updated:
- 10 November 2017, see all updates
Six major respiratory viruses reported from PHE and NHS laboratories in England and Wales between week 1 of 2007 and week 44 of 2017.
Six major respiratory viruses reported from PHE and NHS laboratories (SGSS) in England and Wales between week 01 of 2007 and week 44 of 2017
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This graph shows the weekly distribution (using 3-week moving average method) of the number of samples positive for 6 major respiratory viruses, including:
- influenza A
- influenza B
These viruses were reported from Public Health England (PHE) and NHS laboratories voluntary surveillance database, the Second Generation Surveillance System (SGSS).
Published: 24 July 2014
Updated: 10 November 2017
- Graph updated to show period between week 1 of 2007 and week 44 of 2017.
- Updated graph to show data for week 1 of 2007 and week 32 of 2017.
- Updated document with new figures.
- Updated graph to week 49, 2016.
- Updated with data up to week 40 of 2016.
- Updated 6 major respiratory viruses graph.
- Updated graph with data leading up to week 41 2014, instead of week 44 2014.
- The respiratory pathogen circulation has been updated.
- First published.