Percentage of U.S. Americans sick with a cold or a flu in winter 2009-2016

Percentage of U.S. Americans sick with a cold or a flu from December 2009 to January 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 14, 2016
Percentage of U.S. Americans sick with a cold or a flu in winter 2009-2016 This statistic illustrates the percentage of Americans that caught a cold or a flu in the United States from December 2009 to January 2016. As of December 2013, 8.9 percent of the respondents reported to have been sick with a cold, while 2.8 percent reported to have been sick with a flu on any given day in December.
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Percentage of U.S. Americans sick with a cold or a flu from December 2009 to January 2016

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With a coldWith a flu
December 20098.7%2.5%
December 201010%2.8%
December 20119.1%2.8%
December 20129.9%3.2%
December 20138.9%2.8%
December 201411.6%4%
January 201611%3.9%
With a coldWith a flu
December 20098.7%2.5%
December 201010%2.8%
December 20119.1%2.8%
December 20129.9%3.2%
December 20138.9%2.8%
December 201411.6%4%
January 201611%3.9%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 14, 2016
This statistic illustrates the percentage of Americans that caught a cold or a flu in the United States from December 2009 to January 2016. As of December 2013, 8.9 percent of the respondents reported to have been sick with a cold, while 2.8 percent reported to have been sick with a flu on any given day in December.
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