Notifiable diseases in NZ: Annual Report 2016

Friday 20th October 2017


Notifiable diseases in NZ: Annual Report 2016

A total of 16,305 notifiable disease cases were reported in 2016, compared with 14,306 in 2015.

From 2015 to 2016, notifications of the following diseases increased significantly: AIDS, campylobacteriosis, cryptosporidiosis, dengue fever, measles, shigellosis, VTEC/STEC infection, yersiniosis and Zika virus infection.

In contrast, notifications of chikungunya fever, leprosy and pertussis decreased significantly over this time period.

This report provides a summary of the key trends in notifiable diseases for 2016.

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Report:

Notifiable diseases in NZ: Annual Report 2016

Notifiable diseases Commentary 2016

Tables:

Notifiable diseases in NZ: Annual Report Excel Tables 2016

 

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Notifiable diseases in NZ: Annual Report 2016

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Notifiable diseases in NZ: Annual Report Excel Tables 2016

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