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The 2002 influenza season was quiet with comparatively low school absenteeism, showing only a short peak rising above the mean absentee rate calculated over a 5-year period. However, this was ascribed to the start of the winter school holidays, and diarrhoeal disease. A total of 130 isolations of influenza virus were made from specimens sent to the National Institute for Communicable Diseases during the course of the year. The majority 76 (58%) were influenza B, 49 (38%) were influenza Adoi:10.7196/samj.6435 pmid:23374299 fatcat:hgkd2ht3rrgnlltomnjvqcogra