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Surveillance and Disease Reports

This program area is accountable for the collection and analysis of epidemiological data from a variety of sources, and the application of findings to advance the promotion and protection of the health of the people of the province. Utilizing the provincial health surveillance mechanisms and resources, this program area provides quality surveillance data to support each of the program areas of the Public Health Branch. The list of notifiable diseases PDF (42 KB) can be found here.

Current Year’s Reports

2014 Monthly Reports

2014 Communicable Disease Reports (CDR)-Quarterly

2013 Communicable Disease Reports (CDR)-Quarterly

2012 Communicable Disease Reports (CDR)-Quarterly

2011 Communicable Disease Reports (CDR)-Quarterly

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Reports from Previous Years

Communicable Diseases Reports

Healthcare-Associated Infections

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Influenza Surveillance

Influenza is an important disease for CDC to monitor because of burden on the population during the winter season. Those most affected people who may be immune compromised, like the elderly and those with chronic disease. If you are looking for information regarding influenza vaccines click here. Up-to-date national influenza information can be found here opens in new window.

Flu Season Reports 2013-2014

Seasonal Influenza Annual Reports

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Surveillance Links

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