Use WheresFlu™ Online to track incidence levels of cold and flu symptoms around the country and keep track of the top 5 affected cities in the nation. Data is provided from SDI (a source used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).
The SDI FAN® program measures weekly activity for cold and flu based upon real-time reports of symptoms. As the longest-running respiratory tracking program in the US, SDI FAN® covers illness levels in 135 regions across the country utilizing panel-member reporting along with patient-specific data. Incidence of illness is categorized as Normal (<3% population affected), Low (3-8% population affected), Moderate (8-14% population affected), High (14-16% population affected), or Very High (>16% population affected). Advanced tracking uses illness status levels to predict change in the affected population for the US nine Census Regions.
Click on any state below for information about specific cities SDI FAN® monitors.
KEY - Cold, Cough, and Flu Level
VERY HIGH >16% population affected
HIGH 14-16% population affected
MODERATE 8-14% population affected
LOW 3-8% population affected
NORMAL <3% population affected
TOP 5 AFFECTED CITIES
Now you can track flu symptoms on the go! With the WheresFlu™ mobile app, your mobile device can track incidence levels of flu and cold symptoms across the country. Check your current location or other areas by ZIP code and find the top five affected cities.FREE Mobile App