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Research and analysis: Notifiable diseases: weekly reports for 2020

Public Health England

January 29
16:20 2020

NOIDs weekly report: week 4 (2020)

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NOIDs weekly report: week 3 (2020)

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NOIDs weekly report: week 2 (2020)

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NOIDs weekly report: week 1 (2020)

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Registered medical practitioners in England and Wales have a statutory duty to notify a proper officer of the local authority, often the CCDC (consultant in communicable disease control), of suspected cases of certain infectious diseases.

These weekly reports analyse the number of suspected cases of notifiable illnesses in England and Wales in 2020.

All weekly data are provisional.

Older weekly NOIDS reports are also available:

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