Vaccine-Preventable Disease Information and Surveillance

Under Sections 19a-36-A3 and 19a-36-A4 of the Public Health Code and Sections 19a-2a and 19a-215 of the Connecticut General Statutes, diseases on the annual lists of reportable diseases and laboratory reportable significant findings are required to be reported to the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) and the Local Health Director of the town in which the patient resides. The lists of reportable diseases and laboratory reportable significant findings are revised annually. Click on the link below for additional information on reporting requirements and which diseases are currently reportable. The list includes vaccine preventable diseases, as well as other diseases.  Infectious Diseases Reporting Requirements

 

Vaccine Preventable Diseases Fact Sheets (DPH)

Vaccine Preventable Disease Case Counts (DPH)

Microbiology Testing Service form and information (DPH)

Manual for the Surveillance of Vaccine Preventable Diseases (CDC)

Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine Preventable Diseases (Pink Book) (CDC)

U.S. Case Counts Vaccine Preventable Diseases 2010 (CDC)

CDC Vaccine Preventable Diseases website

 

Measles

Varicella (Chickenpox)

Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Mumps

Hepatitis B

Other Vaccine Preventable Diseases

Active Bacterial Core Surveillance

 

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