Diseases reportable to the CDC include:
- Arboviral diseases (diseases caused by viruses spread by mosquitoes, sandflies, ticks, etc.) such as West Nile virus, eastern and western equine encephalitis.
Which STDs are reportable to the CDC?
STDs on the Nationally Notifiable Diseases Reporting List
- Chlamydia – confirmed cases.
- Chancroid – confirmed and probable cases.
- Gonorrhea – confirmed and probable cases.
- Hepatitis B – confirmed acute cases; both confirmed and probable chronic cases.
- Hepatitis C – acute, past and present cases.
Is syphilis reportable to CDC?
Syphilis infection can also increase a person’s risk for getting HIV or giving it to others. As a provider, you need to be aware that all 50 states require that syphilis cases be reported to the state or local public health agency so that it can take action to find and treat exposed persons.
What are reportable or notifiable diseases?
When certain diseases and illnesses occur, government health authorities must be informed about the occurrence — these are known as ‘notifiable’ diseases. Many, but not all, notifiable diseases are infectious diseases (sometimes known as ‘communicable’ diseases). No information about you or your health becomes public.
What are notifiable diseases?
The diseases notifiable to local authorities under the Health Protection (Notification) Regulations 2010 are:
- Acute encephalitis.
- Acute infectious hepatitis.
- Acute poliomyelitis.