A New Strain of ‘Swine’ Influenza Type A or a Change in Surveillance? - by Judy Wilyman (LW5)

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The Australian government recently prioritised a

vaccine for community use against a new strain of

influenza. This preventative action is notable as there has

been little evidence in the community that suggests this

influenza strain is more virulent than other new strains that

occur regularly. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO)

in 2009 stated that the majority of people who contract this

disease experience the milder form of influenza and recover

without requiring treatment.


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First printed in Living Wisdom #5