August 11th update: when is a peak not a peak?

11 08 2009

When is a peak not a peak? When it’s a plateau. Well maybe..7 day move avg australia. Anyway – here is the latest 7 day moving average graph. We seem to be bouncing around the 600 new confirmed cases per day at the moment.

The feeling of flattening out is confirmed by the lack of movement in the current figures for people who are currently in hospital with Swine Flu. No let up there. We seem to get as many new admissions as there are discharges every day. (I hope taust hospitalisationso get the new admission figures worked out over the next few days).

Anyway, here’s the latest graph on people currently in hospital. For a full explanation of these graphs, have a look at the Australian Graphs page at the top of this blog. If you want to have a closer look at the graphs, just double-click on them.

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