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The latest advice to health professionals

about disease outbreaks and emerging public health issues in the Auckland region.

SYPHILIS

04.12.2018

ARSHS sexual health HPA on syphilis

MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE

03.12.2018

Meningococcal disease: Information for General Practitioners and Emergency Departments

MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE

03.12.2018

Meningococcal disease: Information for General Practitioners and Emergency Departments (Summary)

WHOOPING COUGH (PERTUSSIS)

28.05.2018

Obstetricians part of the solution for reducing neonatal pertussis

WHOOPING COUGH (PERTUSSIS)

09.05.2018

Midwives part of the solution for reducing neonatal pertussis

MEASLES

24.04.2018

Imported measles case confirmed in Auckland

MEASLES

13.04.2018

Notification of measles cases in South Island, potential to spread further (Advisory on behalf of MoH)

WHOOPING COUGH (PERTUSSIS)

19.03.2018

GPs part of the solution for reducing neonatal pertussis

MEASLES

13.03.2018

Secondary measles case in the Auckland region – call for vigilance

MEASLES

01.03.2018

Measles case on Singapore Airlines flight, attended West Auckland practice

DENGUE

16.01.2018

Dengue outbreak in Pacific countries - call for vigilance from health providers

SHIGELLA

07.12.2017

Shigella gastroenteritis rise in Auckland

MUMPS

05.12.2017

Auckland mumps outbreak: Update

WHOOPING COUGH (PERTUSSIS)

05.12.2017

Pertussis outbreak in Auckland – call for vigilance with health providers

WHOOPING COUGH (PERTUSSIS)

26.09.2017

Pertussis cluster in West Auckland

MUMPS

31.08.2017

Auckland mumps outbreak: Promoting MMR vaccine

ZIKA

14.08.2017

Zika: Key facts and testing

MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE

10.08.2017

Seasonal increase of meningococcal disease

MUMPS

29.06.2017

Auckland mumps outbreak: Managing suspected cases and close contacts

MEASLES

18.05.2017

New measles case in the Auckland region

TYPHOID

10.04.2017

Be alert for more cases of typhoid

MUMPS

03.04.2017

Call for vaccinations to combat mumps outbreak

TYPHOID

30.03.2017

Be alert for symptoms of typhoid

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