Seasonal influenza - Annual Epidemiological Report for 2013-14 season
The 2013–14 influenza season was mild and dominated by influenza A viruses, with a co-circulation of A(H1N1)pdm09 and A(H3N2) viruses in most countries. Only two countries reported higher syndromic notification rates compared with the previous season.
Summary report: Joint ECDC/WHO Europe Meeting on Influenza Surveillance
This report, originally published by WHO/Europe, summarizes ECDC and WHO/Europe's first joint influenza surveillance meeting, held on 7-9 June 2011 and hosted by the Slovenian Ministry of Health.
Joint WHO/ECDC influenza virus characterisation report, summary of TESSy virus characterisation data 2017/18
Summary of influenza virus characterisation data reported by national influenza centres to The European Surveillance System for weeks 40/2017 to 20/2018.
Summary of the influenza 2013–2014 season in Europe
Active circulation of influenza has started late in Europe in the 2013-2014 season, with a different timing across EU/EEA countries, states the annual ECDC risk assessment on seasonal influenza. The first countries affected have been Bulgaria, Greece, Portugal and Spain, where the A(H1)pdm09 influenza virus has dominated. Without any specific geographic pattern, influenza activity has since spread rapidly across Europe. In Bulgaria, Portugal and Spain, the season peaked in weeks 4 and 5/2014, while influenza activity still continues to increase in Greece.
Influenza virus characterisation, Summary Europe, June 2017
In the course of the 2016–2017 influenza season, nearly 146 000 influenza detections across the EU/EAA region have been reported.
Influenza virus characterisation, Summary Europe, July 2017
In the course of the 2016–17 influenza season, nearly 146 000 influenza detections have been reported across the WHO European Region.
Influenza virus characterisation, Summary Europe, March 2018
The ECDC Influenza Virus Characterisations Reports are published periodically and provides an overview of the technical details of the circulating influenza viruses, such as antigenic and genetic properties, with a reference to the current vaccine strains. It also summaries the developments of the viruses since the last report, as well as the main developments for the ongoing season.
Influenza virus characterisation, Summary Europe, May 2018
This is the fifth report of the 2017–18 influenza season. As of week 20/2018, nearly 240 000 influenza detections across the WHO Europe region have been reported.
Influenza virus characterisation, Summary Europe, June 2018
This is the sixth report of the 2017–18 influenza season. As of week 25/2018, nearly 239 000 influenza detections across the WHO European Region have been reported.
Summary of the influenza 2015–2016 season in Europe
The 2015-2016 influenza season has come to an end in Europe, with almost all countries now reporting low influenza activity for a number of weeks. The season started in EU/EEA countries in week 52/2015, with the Netherlands reporting regional spread, while Sweden reported widespread activity. The season lasted for 22 weeks until week 20/2016, when the positivity rate dropped to 11%. The peak of the season - with the highest proportion of specimens tested positive (53%) - occurred in week 11/2016.