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Figure 1. From: School closures and influenza: systematic review of epidemiological studies.

Identification of epidemiological studies of the effects of school closure on influenza outbreaks.

Charlotte Jackson, et al. BMJ Open. 2013;3(2):e002149.
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Figure 2. From: School closures and influenza: systematic review of epidemiological studies.

Peak cumulative attack rates recorded in the identified studies. Case definitions varied between studies (see online supplementary appendix); only studies which included a denominator are shown. Studies which reported peak prevalence of absenteeism are denoted by an asterisk. See online supplementary appendix for full details of datasets. All pandemic data are from 2009 except for Kelleys Island. BC, British Columbia; CT, Connecticut; IL, Illinois; KI, Kelleys Island; NC, North Carolina.

Charlotte Jackson, et al. BMJ Open. 2013;3(2):e002149.
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Figure 3. From: School closures and influenza: systematic review of epidemiological studies.

Normalised peak attack rates (estimated as peak attack rate/median attack rate) recorded in the identified studies; one study with an estimate normalised peak of 128 is excluded for clarity.82 Case definitions varied between studies (see online supplementary appendix). Studies which reported peak prevalence of absenteeism are denoted by an asterisk. HK, Hong Kong; IL, Illinois; KI, Kelleys Island; NC, North Carolina; SARI, severe acute respiratory infection.

Charlotte Jackson, et al. BMJ Open. 2013;3(2):e002149.

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