Annual Outbreak Summary 2001

Tuesday 17th September 2019


Table of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION

2 METHODS
2.1 Outbreak case definition
2.2 Data used for this report

3 RESULTS
A. Characteristics of outbreaks in 2001
3.1 Incidence of outbreaks in New Zealand
3.2 Type of outbreak
3.3 Distribution of outbreaks by health district
3.4 Distribution of outbreak cases by health district
3.5 Causal pathogens and toxins
3.6 Outcome of outbreaks
3.7 Outbreak Setting
3.8 Mode of transmission
3.9 Specific foods implicated in foodborne outbreaks
3.10 Pathogens causing foodborne outbreaks with implicated foods
3.11 Specific pathogens implicated in waterborne person to person, zoonotic, and environmental outbreaks
3.12 Factors contributing to outbreaks
3.12.1 Foodborne outbreaks
3.12.2 Waterborne outbreaks
3.12.3 Person-to-person outbreaks
3.12.4 Zoonotic and environmental outbreaks
B. Outbreak recognition, investigation and control
3.13 Reporting delay
3.14 Recognition of outbreaks and linkage among cases
3.15 Control measures

4 DISCUSSION

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