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5,285 community cases; 300 hospitalisations; 5 in ICU; 12 deaths

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Today we are reporting 5,285 community cases, 300 current hospitalisations, and 12 deaths. The seven-day rolling average of community case numbers today is 4,817 – last Thursday it was 5,451.

Impact of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection The rate of hospitalisations due to Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) has been increasing for the last six weeks and is higher than previous years for this time of year, with approximately nine hospitalisations per 100,000 people.

ESR advise that it is too early in the season to tell whether the current levels of hospitalisations indicate an early start to the season or the start of a season with particularly high activity.

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