MADISON (WKOW) -- For the third straight week, the number of students contacting University Health Services (UHS) with influenza-like illness (ILI) has declined.
Health officials on campus say that Week 5 (from September 27 to October 3), UHS examined 58 students with ILI, down from 94 in Week 4, which was down from 168 students in Week 3.
So far, the number of ILI cases peaked at 345 during the second week of classes at UW-Madison. Those 345 cases represented 28 percent of all visits to the primary care clinic.
In comparison, the most recent week's 58 cases amount to 5.1 percent of all visits.
For a complete, week-by-week breakdown of ILI on campus, click here.
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