DPH: Infectious Diseases Statistics

Infectious Diseases Statistics

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As part of the core public health functions, disease data are collected and maintained by the Infectious Diseases Division of the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH). It is important to note that surveillance methods may change over time as needed to reflect how the data will be used. These changes can have an impact on the number of cases and incidence of disease over time. The Infectious Diseases Section monitors over 80 reportable diseases, emergency illnesses, and health conditions that are declared reportable by the Commissioner of the DPH. Surveillance is conducted for many infectious diseases including, for example, vector-borne, foodborne, healthcare associated, vaccine preventable, and sexually transmitted illnesses, as  well as, HIV, viral hepatitis, and tuberculosis. Collected data are used by the DPH to identify trends, outbreaks, and changes in infectious agents. Aggregate data of reportable diseases over time, can be found below. All documents are in PDF. For other data needs, please contact the appropriate program listed below.

 Number of reportable disease cases by county, by year.
2013 2012
2011 2010
2009 2008
2007
 

Number of reportable disease cases by year. 
2000-2005
1990-1999
1980-1989

Statistics by disease.
     Chikungunya
     Influenza
 
     Lyme disease
 
     Rabies
 
 
 

Infectious Disease Programs and Phone Numbers
     Epidemiology and Emerging Infections
860-509-7994
     Healthcare Associated Infections
860-509-7995
     HIV Surveillance
860-509-7900
     Immunizations
860-509-7929
     Sexually Transmitted Diseases
860-509-7920
     TB, HIV, STD and Viral Hepatitis
860-509-7801
     Tuberculosis
860-509-7722

 
For national public health data, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
 
 
 
 




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