AbstractNHRC, in collaboration with the CDC and local public health officials, conducted ILI and SARI surveillance along the US-Mexico border in California and Arizona. In 2011-12, 295 ILI specimens and 335 SARI specimens were collected and tested. influenza A was the most common pathogen identified in the ILI (outpatient) specimens and RSV was the most common pathogen identified in the SARI (hospital) specimens.
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