Government of New Brunswick

Influenza Surveillance Activities in New Brunswick

Influenza surveillance occurs worldwide.

In New Brunswick and in Canada, public health officials, laboratories, and health care professionals work together to monitor influenza activity. They report influenza-like illness (ILI), lab confirmed influenza, and outbreaks.

Monitoring virus strains allows health officials to:

  1. detect new influenza viruses
  2. the composition of the flu vaccine for the following influenza season
  3. determine resistance to antiviral drugs.
2009/2010 NB Flu Reports
Weeks Links
October 4 to October 10 Week 40
September 29 to October 3 Week 39
September 20 to September 26 Week 38
September 13 to September 19 Week 37
September 6 to September 12 Week 36
August 30 to September 5 Week 35