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Research and analysis: Measles, mumps and rubella: lab-confirmed cases in England 2019

Public Health England

February 25
09:30 2020

Laboratory confirmed cases of measles, rubella and mumps (England): October to December 2019

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Laboratory confirmed cases of measles, rubella and mumps (England): July to September 2019

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Laboratory confirmed cases of measles, rubella and mumps, England: April to June 2019

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Laboratory confirmed cases of measles, rubella and mumps, England: January to March 2019

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