Guidance

Seasonal Flu 2010/11 in prisons and other closed institutions within the criminal justice system in England

This publication was withdrawn on 20 October 2014

See current guidance about seasonal flu in prisons.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has recently reported an increase of seasonal flu activity above baseline in England.

Documents

Prison Seasonal Flu - 2012 (letter)

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Prison Seasonal Flu - 2012 (guidance)

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Detail

This winter (2010/11), we know that influenza A H1N1 (2009) (Swine Flu) is  prominent among other circulating flu viruses, including Influenza B.