Visit the Virtual Influenza Exhibit at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum

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Influenza (Flu)

2021 - 2022 Flu Season 
May 27, 2022

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illustration of virus with text FluView A weekly, data-driven report on the current status of this year's flu season

Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance Report 

CDC's Influenza Division compiles and analyzes information on influenza activity year-round in the United States. According to this week's FluView report (May 15-21), flu viruses continue to circulate nationally, and flu activity is increasing in parts of the country.  

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Visit the Virtual Influenza Exhibit at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum  
The David J. Sencer CDC Museum’s “Influenza: Complex Virus/Complex History” online exhibition takes viewers through a history of influenza since the 1918 flu pandemic, highlighting changes in the virus and the worldwide impact of influenza over time. The exhibit also features the work of the public health community, including CDC and global partners, to prevent and control influenza.   

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People with certain chronic health conditions are at higher risk of developing serious flu that can lead to hospitalization. In addition to annual #FluVax, there are prescription antiviral drugs to treat #flu illness and reduce the risk of hospitalization:   

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