RSV, COVID-19, and Influenza Hospitalizations

Last updated: 2/21/2024

This page shows hospitalizations of Washtenaw County residents for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), COVID-19, and flu. These charts will be updated weekly on Wednesdays from September through April. 

Data notes: The source for all data on this webpage is the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS). The information in these charts are provisional and subject to change. Use care interpreting. 

Symptom notes: Symptoms for these viruses may include cold or flu-like symptoms. RSV often has cold symptoms (cough, sneezing, runny nose), and COVID-19 or flu may include fever or chills, fatigue, cough, shortness of breath, body ache, headache, vomiting, diarrhea and/or loss of smell. See more on RSV or more on COVID and flu

Who in Washtenaw County has been vaccinated against RSV? (as of 2/13/24)

Age group Percentage vaccinated
Residents 60 - 69 years old 15.0%
Residents 70 - 79 years old 34.4%
Residents 80+ years old 32.4%
All residents 60+ years old 23.9%

RSV vaccines are available for adults 60 and older. If you are 60+, talk with your doctor to see if RSV vaccination is right for you. One dose of RSV vaccine provides protection against RSV disease in adults ages 60 years and older for at least two winter seasons, when RSV normally circulates.

Source for "Who is Washtenaw County has been vaccinated against RSV?" table: Michigan Care Improvement Registry. Population values obtained from the 2020 US Census. This table will be updated monthly.

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