From September to November, NSW Health issued advice about:

From September to November, the Communicable Diseases Branch reported:

  • Invasive meningococcal disease – case reports
  • Pertussis – increasing notifications
  • Hepatitis A – case reports, including a cluster associated with a wedding in Fiji
  • Staphylococcal food poisoning – among a group of tourists
  • Australian Bat Lyssavirus – Bat breeding season
  • Ross River Virus – increased monthly notifications and season forecast
  • Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus – update
  • Ebola Virus disease – updates
  • Invasive Meningococcal Disease – case reports
  • Mumps – case reports
  • Diphtheria – one case of cutaneous diphtheria
  • Brucellosis – infections in dogs
  • Meningococcal disease – case reports
  • Human immunodeficiency virus – quarterly report (Q2 – 2014)
  • Malaria – cases reports
  • Hepatitis E – case report
  • Measles – case report
  • Sexually transmitted infections – first quarter 2014 data report

See: Infectious diseases

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Page Updated: Thursday 4 December 2014
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