- adj. Between pandemics
- inter- + pandemic (Wiktionary)
“The flu that goes from the southern hemisphere to the north generally is the cyclic flu, which we call interpandemic flu.”
“To compare, in “normal” (interpandemic) years, it is estimated that between 10-20% of the population is infected, with a. 008% mortality.”
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“The contract covers the year-round availability of sufficient eggs and other essential supplies to support production of interpandemic or pandemic influenza vaccine at the company's full production capacity.”
“The natural history and transmission of the 2009 H1N1 influenza virus appear to be similar to those of previously observed circulating pandemic and interpandemic influenza viruses.”
“Case reports and several epidemiologic studies conducted during interpandemic periods also indicate that pregnancy increases the risk for influenza complications for the mother and might increase the risk for adverse perinatal outcomes or delivery complications.”
“For interpandemic years the bulk of the excess is in the oldest age group, 65 years and older.”
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