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Inter-seasonality of influenza in Australia.

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Summary of "Inter-seasonality of influenza in Australia."

It appears inter-seasonal influenza notifications have been increasing in summer months in Australia. This study aims to determine changes in inter-seasonal influenza activity in Australia over time.

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Name: Influenza and other respiratory viruses
ISSN: 1750-2659
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