Flu cases at Cornell
The 2009/10 academic year proved to be unusual in terms of influenza like illness. See the graph below for a retrospective on our flu experience.
NOTE: The graph reflects the number of patients who have been evaluated and diagnosed as having probable H1N1 influenza by Gannett. Cornell does not require students with flu to "report" their illness, so there is no way to know the total number of people who have had the flu at Cornell.
View and print full file: "Estimated Daily Number ill with ILI" (pdf)
Put the numbers in context
If you're looking for numbers of flu cases in the state, nation, or world, please access these trusted sources:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC provides clear information about H1N1 influenza, the current trends, and the latest health recommendations and advisories.
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Us Department of Health and Human Services
- Place an informational icon and widgets on your site and link to important flu updates and information
Other updates and questions related to the flu at Cornell
- The latest campus flu information and alerts will be posted at: www.cornell.edu/flu
- A mailbox entitled email@example.com is available for use by members of the campus community seeking answers to questions about the flu and its impact at Cornell.