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A case of swine influenza A(H1N2)v in England, November 2023.

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posted on 2024-01-22, 12:46 authored by Jade Cogdale, Beatrix Kele, Richard Myers, Ruth Harvey, Abi Lofts, Tanya Mikaiel, Katja Hoschler, Ashley C Banyard, Joe James, Benjamin C Mollett, Alexander MP Byrne, Jamie Lopez-Bernal, Conall H Watson, Meera Chand, William Welfare, Deborah A Williamson, Isabel Oliver, Simon Padfield, Andrew Lee, Suzanne Calvert, Martin A Bewley, Louise Wallace, Simon deLusignan, Nicola S Lewis, Ian H Brown, Maria Zambon, Influenza A(H1N2)v Incident Management Team
Under International Health Regulations from 2005, a human infection caused by a novel influenza A virus variant is considered an event that has potential for high public health impact and is immediately notifiable to the World Health Organisation. We here describe the clinical, epidemiological and virological features of a confirmed human case of swine influenza A(H1N2)v in England detected through community respiratory virus surveillance. Swabbing and contact tracing helped refine public health risk assessment, following this unusual and unexpected finding.

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Crick (Grant ID: CC1114, Grant title: McCauley CC1114)

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