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City Flu Warnings                            Did Not Report

Worcester, MA                                        Philadelphia, PA 

Little Rock, AR                                       Fort Worth, TX
Salt Lake City, UT                                  Jersey City, NJ                                

Corpus Christi, TX                                                         

Gary, IN

Kansas City, MO                                                          

Little Rock, AR.  Toll is back up, 2.85 would be normal 19 reported for P & I. Total deaths average 1799 to this date, this year 2532 (Highest for Little Rock). 
Little Rock suffers ~ 78P&I deaths to this date yearly.  So far 307 deaths in 2015 (>6.5 standard deviations)
Last Updated 6/18/2015

Latest Update

Late season uptick in a difficult B strain seems to be causing trouble.  Investigating if it was considered for this years vaccination mix.
Little Rock, AR

Whatever the situation is in Little Rock it is bad.  Again showing >6 standard deviations over P&I deaths

Please click the following link to connect directly to the CDC data for Little Rock (be aware though that the CDC only makes the current year data available) CDC Data, Little Rock 2015

Little Rock, AR

Current Week
P&I Deaths  = 19
Average = 2.85
St Devs = 6.80
Comments on Little Rock

Little Rock is at critical levels.  Residents and at risk persons should take extra precautions.  Levels continue to be above critical level.
Worcester, MA 

Current Week
P&I Deaths  = 17
Average = 6.85
St Devs = 3.55
Comments on Worcester

First week back for Worcester after the difficult start to the year.
Salt Lake City, UT

Current Week
P&I Deaths  = 18
Average = 8.39
St Devs = 3.04
Comments on Salt Lake City

First Week now.  Concerning considering the high levels for June.
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