Monthly Surveillance Report - Jan 2002

Thursday 19th September 2019


Major Surveillance Issues

  • Campylobacteriosis.The elevated rate continues, with January 2002 having the highest monthly total (1513) ever reported in New Zealand.
  • Salmonellosis. Relatively high rates persist, with 235 notifications in January 2002. Almost half of the lab-reported isolates were Salmonella Typhimurium phage type 160 (STM 160).
  • Pertussis. The epidemic which began in June 1999 is persisting, with 91 notifications in January. This is well above the inter-epidemic level of approximately 15 cases per month.
  • Echovirus. A type 13 (E13) outbreak which first appeared in September 2001 is ongoing.

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Monthly Surveillance Report - Jan 2002

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Monthly National Totals - Jan 2002

Monthly Health District Totals - Jan 2002

 

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