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Observed situation for the week 30 of the year 2015, from 07/20/2015 "to 07/26/2015 :

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  • Chickenpox? : Moderate activity
    Chickenpox
    In metropolitan France, last week, the incidence rate of Chickenpox seen in general practice was estimated at 25 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (95% CI [13 ; 37]).

  • Acute diarrhea? : Low activity
    Acute diarrhea
    In metropolitan France, last week, the incidence rate of Acute diarrhea seen in general practice was estimated at 99 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (95% CI [75 ; 123]), below the epidemic threshold (176 cases per 100,000 inhabitants) [1].

  • Influenza-like illness? : Low activity
    Influenza-like illness
    In metropolitan France, last week, the incidence rate of Influenza-like illness seen in general practice was estimated at 4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (95% CI [0 ; 8]), below the epidemic threshold (77 cases per 100,000 inhabitants) [1].

This surveillance is based on GP's case report using the following definition : Typical eruption (erythemato-vesicular during 3 to 4 days with a dessication phase) beggining suddenly, with moderale fever (375C - 38C, 100-101F).
This surveillance is based on GP's case report using the following definition : Recent acute diarrhea (at least 3 daily watery or nearly so stools, dating less than 14 days) motivating consultation
This surveillance is based on GP's case report using the following definition : Sudden fever > 39C (>102F) with myalgia and respiratory signs
Epidemic threshold by serfling method (cases per 100,000 inhabitants)
Estimated number of cases and 95% confidence interval
Estimated number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants and 95% confidence interval
Epidemic period for this disease
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