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Table below ▼                             Map of the spread of pandemic influenza A/H1N1 in the Pacific Islands
as of 27 October 2009
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WHO South Pacific - Pandemic Influenza A / H1N1 2009 Surveillance

Report as of 27 October 2009

 

 CountryLast update
received
Influenza-like illness (ILI) casesConfirmed pandemic H1N1
New casesTotal to dateTrend of ILINew cases since last report  (20 October)Total to date
CasesDeathsCasesDeaths
 American Samoa 26/10/2009-201100480
 Cook Islands 26/10/2009-166001061
 Fed. States of Micronesia21/10/2009-330--750
 Fiji27/10/2009--002330
 French Polynesia*13/10/2009-30,000--1757
 Guam27/10/20098513503312
 Kiribati21/08/2009----40
 Marshall Islands06/10/2009----1091
 Nauru15/09/2009-1,151--80
 New Caledonia**08/09/2009----5007
 Niue27/10/2009-520000
 Northern Mariana Islands04/09/2009-----60
 Palau20/10/2009-952--440
 Pitcairn Islands12/10/2009----00
 Papua New Guinea06/10/2009-----120
 Samoa02/09/2009----1382
 Solomon Islands28/09/2009-15,043--30
 Tokelau25/08/2009----00
 Tonga23/08/2009-10--201
 Tuvalu08/09/2009-300--230
 Vanuatu01/09/2009-----30
 Wallis & Futuna30/09/2009-594--550
 TOTAL 849,312 1501,89321
     (19 countries & territories affected)
In addition:        
 Australia16/10/2009-----37,039186
 Hawaii***24/07/2009-----1,4243
 New Zealand21/10/2009-----3,17419
 World02/10/2009----->414,000>5,000
     

            (191 countries, WHO Update # 71)

Note: cells containing dashes (-) indicate that no information is available.

Data between countries may not be comparable.
*as of 25 Sept the health department estimates that the cumulative number of cases of H1N1 is 30,000-35,000.

**as of 8 Sept the health department estimates that the cumulative number of cases of H1N1 is 40-45,000.

***Hawaii no longer reports all cases

● Indicates trend of ILI is unchanged

 

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