New H1N1 Flu projections: impact per country

This report provides the current situation for the number of cases worldwide, and the projections for May 17 of the expected number of cases and of the likelihood of case occurrence. The projections are obtained from the most recent calibration of the model, with the available information as of May 3. The simulations consider the worst case scenario, where no intervention is implemented.

Impact per country: current situation

The following map shows the confirmed number of cases worldwide for all infected countries, updated to May 5, 11pm EDT.

Empirical data for the confirmed number of cases per country as of May 5.

Empirical data for the confirmed number of cases per country as of May 5.

Impact per country: projections for May 17

The following map reports the predicted number of cases worldwide for the date of May 17. The color code corresponds to the maximum of the 90% confidence interval obtained by the stochastic runs of GLEaM. Numbers are also reported for the countries expected to experience the largest outbreak: the first value corresponds to the expected number of cases, and the value in brackets corresponds to the maximum of the 90% confidence interval.

Projections for the number of cases per country, May 17.

Projections for the number of cases per country, May 17. Worst case scenario.

Here below we report the risk map at the worldwide level for May 17. The risk is quantified as the likelihood of the occurrence of cases in each country. All countries that as of May7 00:00 CET already reported cases are colored in dark gray.

Likelihood of occurrence of cases per country, May 17. Worst case scenario.

Likelihood of occurrence of cases per country, May 17. Worst case scenario.

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