Track the flu in your area

The flu can be unpredictable, so it's important to be prepared this flu season. For quick and effective diagnosis based on clinical symptoms, it may be helpful to know the prevalence of the flu in your area and throughout the country. Use the interactive flu map below created from weekly CDC data to see if the flu is near you.

State View
Select a state for week-by-week detailed reports


National Map View
Select a date to see the reported flu activity in the U.S.

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Source: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Data is based on influenza-like illness (ILI) activity as reported by state outpatient healthcare providers. ILI is defined as fever and cough and/or sore throat with influenza as the only known cause. Weekly reports are published approximately 10-12 days after the week ending date, due to the time required to compile national data.

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*Median time to improvement of symptoms vs placebo (54 hours vs 80 hours in Trial 2; 73 hours vs 102 hours in Trial 3).

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Proven results with XOFLUZA

XOFLUZA improved flu symptoms in both otherwise healthy and high-risk flu patients. 1*