20 Jul 2011

Influenza outbreak in Australia

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 2:18 pm on 20 July 2011

Australia is experiencing a flu outbreak with the number of cases four times higher than a year ago. With the normal peak flu period still to come, what does this mean for health in Australia? And does this flu outbreak have any implications for New Zealand? Dr Alan Hampson is the chairman of the Influenza Specialist Group.

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