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  1. Rabies and Australian bat lyssavirus

    31 Aug 2018

    Rabies and Australian bat lyssavirus are both notifiable in Victoria. Rabies is quarantinable in Australia, and cases must be reported to WHO...

  2. Regional comparisons

    16 Nov 2015

    Tabulated summary of cases of infectious diseases and other conditions notifiable in Victoria by Department of Health & Human Services Regions including totals for the year to date and...

  3. Regional influenza summary

    06 Nov 2015

    Notified cases of influenza by age group and year of notification...

  4. Regional pertussis summary

    06 Nov 2015

    Notified cases of pertussis by age group and year of notification...

  5. Regional YTD comparison

    06 Nov 2015

    Tabulated summary of cases of infectious diseases and other conditions notifiable in Victoria by Department of Health & Human Services Regions including totals for the year to date and previous...

  6. Reports, publications and resources - 2009

    16 Nov 2015

    Doctors and pathology services in Victoria are required to notify cases of certain infectious diseases to the Department of Health. This report outlines infectious disease notifications for 2009...

  7. Respiratory illness management in aged care facilities

    07 May 2018

    Respiratory illness in residential and aged care facilities provides information on how to prevent and manage respiratory illness outbreaks...

  8. Rickettsial infections

    06 Aug 2018

    There are several important rickettsial diseases in Australia. There is no vaccine, so people must protect themselves with pesticides and repellents...

  9. Ringworm or tinea (dermatophytosis)

    06 Aug 2018

    Ringworm, or tinea, is not notifiable in Victoria, but does have exclusion periods. All ages are susceptible to ringworm infections...

  10. Ross River virus disease

    31 Aug 2018

    Ross River virus (RRV) infection is notifiable in Victoria. RRV is Australia’s most common and widespread arboviral disease...