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Table 1 Annual epidemic peaks of influenza virus and human metapneumovirus infections, and temporal distribution of isolates in patients with severe community-acquired pneumonia due to human metapneumovirus infection (Gipuzkoa, Spain, 2008–2017)

From: Human metapneumovirus as cause of severe community-acquired pneumonia in adults: insights from a ten-year molecular and epidemiological analysis

YearFlu epidemic peakhMPV epidemic peakSCAP hMPV
2008January (2nd week)MarchNone
2009December (2008)
(50th week)
JanuaryApril (n = 1)
July (n = 1)
2010October (2009) Pandemia
(42th week)
MarchMarch (n = 3)
2011January (1st week)MarchMarch (n = 2)
April (n = 1)
2012February (7th week)MarchJune (n = 2)
2013February (7th week)MarchMay (n = 1)
July (n = 1)
2014January (3rd week)MarchJanuary 2014 (n = 1)
April 2014 (n = 1)
2015February (5th week)MarchJanuary (n = 1)
March (n = 1)
April (n = 2)
May (n = 1)
2016January (4th week)MarchMarch (n = 3)
2017January (3rd week)MarchJanuary (n = 2)
February (n = 1)
March (n = 2)
  1. hMPV human metapneumovirus, SCAP severe community-acquired pneumonia