New figures from the #CVN Clinical Virology Net:

16. March 2023

The data collected since the beginning of the year show a trend again.
We looked at the following fours over time, based on age and positive rate:
RSV, H1N1, influenza A combined, and influenza B.
Thereby we can prove a significant increase of influenza B after the carnival days.
All other infections decreased significantly.

This is also clearly visible in the positive rate:

In terms of data by age group, it is clear to see that among the youngest, rhinovirus and RSV play a major role in illness.However, the influenza pathogens under consideration are strikingly prevalent in the 19-46 age group.

Feel free to visit the new CVN pages and dashboard.
There you can create your own queries and view the history of the different pathogens.
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