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Communicable Disease Reporting

This page was reviewed or revised on Monday, October 04, 2010 4:29 PM

Timely reporting of communicable diseases is essential for their control. If you suspect or have confirmation of the following specified Reportable Communicable Diseases or their etiologic agents, (as per Ontario Reg 559/01 and amendments under the Health Protection and Promotion Act) please report them to the local Medical Officer of Health.

Please note:
Diseases marked * in the list (and Influenza in institutions) should be reported immediately to the Medical Officer of Health by telephone. Other diseases can be reported by the next working day by fax, phone or mail.

Thank you for your ongoing cooperation in helping us control communicable diseases in Lambton County!

Click here to download (PDF) and view the Communicable Disease Reporting list (dated September, 2010).

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