Monthly Surveillance Report - Dec 2001

Saturday 21st September 2019


Major surveillance Issues

  • Campylobacteriosis has continued to occur at an unusually high incidence, with the December total exceeding that of any monthly total since the disease became notifiable.
  • Salmonellosis incidence in 2001 was the highest recorded in New Zealand. The epidemic of Salmonella Typhimurium phage type 160 has continued during December, contributing 47% of total Salmonella isolates.
  • Meningococcal disease cases reached 660 for 2001, the highest number in any year since the epidemic began.

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Monthly Surveillance Report - Dec 2001

Tables:

Monthly National Totals - Dec 2001

Monthly Health District Totals - Dec 2001

 

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