Skip main navigation

Military Health System

Clear Your Browser Cache

This website has recently undergone changes. Users finding unexpected concerns may care to clear their browser's cache to ensure a seamless experience.

Skip subpage navigation

Influenza Summary and Reports

The DOD Consolidated Influenza Surveillance Report provides an operationally relevant, global, medical encounter and laboratory-based surveillance summary for influenza and COVID-19 diseases among DOD beneficiaries and has been produced since 2007. Find influenza surveillance data below:

Find a Seasonal Influenza Summary and Report

The reports are listed by most recent to oldest. Please note that the files may not be compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you need an accessible version of a particular file, please contact us and we will provide one for you.

DOD Global, Laboratory-based, Influenza Surveillance Program

The DOD Global, Laboratory-based, Respiratory Surveillance Program is housed within the Public Health and Preventive Medicine Department at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, in Ohio. Our mission is to provide an operationally relevant, global, laboratory-based respiratory surveillance program that encompasses the most important respiratory diseases affecting the U.S. military.

The purpose of this program is to:

  • Identify and characterize antigenically diverse strains of respiratory pathogens that affect DoD beneficiary populations and threaten global public health and
  • To collaborate with relevant organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and the World Health Organization to ensure the availability of effective prevention and control measures, especially as it pertains to influenza and coronavirus vaccines

If you are a sentinel or participating site, we have compiled key resources to help prepare for the upcoming influenza surveillance season. The data from your site will be used to track influenza activity, monitor the trends in new and existing influenza virus strains, and help shape next season's influenza vaccination.

If you have questions, please contact us via email or call 1-937-938-3196.

You also may be interested in...

Last Updated: March 19, 2024
Follow us on Instagram Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on Facebook Follow us on X Follow us on YouTube Sign up on GovDelivery