Health Data Kalamazoo

Influenza and Influenza-Like Illness in Kalamazoo County and Michigan

Number of Cases of Lab Confirmed Influenza and Influenza-Like Illness by Calendar Week and Flu Season, Kalamazoo County

Data is updated on Tuesday for the previous week. The most recent data is Week 39 (Sept. 25-Oct. 1).

As of 3:00 p.m., October 05, 2022

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Source: Michigan Disease Surveillance System - number of cases of lab confirmed influenza and Influenza Like Illness reported by schools, licensed childcare, colleges, healthcare providers and long-term care facilities.
Current flu season data is considered provisional and subject to change.

Flu Updates

Learn more at the Kalamazoo County Flu Vaccine page.

Kalamazoo County Influenza Vaccine Update by Age Group

Last Updated October 05, 2022

Kalamazoo County Residents

20,224 vaccinated

Total Eligible 268,222

Ages 6 mths - 5 yr

1,059 vaccinated

Total Eligible 11,262

Ages 5-12

1,229 vaccinated

Total Eligible 29,372

Ages 13-17

727 vaccinated

Total Eligible 19,412

Ages 18-64

9,049 vaccinated

Total Eligible 167,267

Ages 65+

8,160 vaccinated

Total Eligible 40,909

Influenza Vaccination Data Kalamazoo County and Michigan

This dashboard provides data for the number of influenza vaccinations given by age group and influenza season at the state and county levels. To find data for Kalamazoo County, go to the tab labeled COVERAGE BY COUNTY and select Kalamazoo under the county drop down options. To see the vaccination rate for a particular age group, select the age group of interest under the Age Group drop down options.

The tab labeled DOSES BY COUNTY shows the number of influenza vaccine doses administered by vaccine type and provider facility type by county.

Michigan Influenza Dashboard Updated once weekly on Mondays

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Influenza Vaccination Rates by Census Tract

As of 3:00 p.m., February 01, 2022
Source: Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) and Michigan Geographic Framework Data.

In addition to looking at county-level influenza immunization rates, looking at data by census tract can help identify disparities in vaccination rates at the neighborhood level. This can help the health department and community partners prioritize areas for education and outreach activities. The maps below show the percentage of people who have received an influenza vaccine in each of the 57 census tracts in Kalamazoo County.

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All Ages
All Ages
Ages 65+
Ages 65+
Ages 19 and Younger
Ages 19 and Younger
Ages Under 5
Ages Under 5

CDC Influenza Like Illness Activity Level Indicator

Levels of influenza activity are determined by reports to ILINet, this system monitors outpatient visits for Influenza Like Illness (fever and cough or sore throat), not laboratory confirmed influenza. The map reflects the intensity of ILI activity, not the extent of geographic spread of flu within a jurisdiction. Additional information about the ILINet system can be found here.

Special Reports

Other Influenza Links

Kalamazoo County Health and Community Services Flu Page

Provides information about vaccination locations in the community and FAQs for flu vaccine questions.

MI Flu Focus

Provides detailed information about influenza activity within the state of Michigan.

MDHHS Influenza Page

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Influenza page, provides information about influenza prevention, data, and other flu related resources.

CDC Interactive Flu Data 

An interactive page from the CDC which provides data from laboratory reporting and the US Outpatient Influenza Like Illness Surveillance Network.


The weekly US Influenza Surveillance Report, includes laboratory data, outpatient visits, hospitalizations, and mortality.

WHO (World Health Organization)

Provides updated information about influenza activity worldwide.