Notifiable conditions annual reporting
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1. Notes for Gonorrhoea and Chlamydia:
From 1 January 2018 notifications represent discrete individuals whereas prior to that date notifications represent infection site-specific positive results and may include more than one notification per individual.
From 29 January 2018 notifications of sexually transmitted infections (STI) and non-sexually transmitted infections (non-STI) are reported separately.
2. Notes for Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD):
RHD became notifiable in Queensland on 1 September 2018. YTD and Annual Totals will not be reported for 2018 or earlier.
3. Notes for Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV):
RSV became notifiable in Queensland on 1 July 2021. Therefore 2021 YTD figures begin from 1 July. YTD and annual totals will not be reported for 2021 or earlier.
4. Notes for Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV):
Confirmed and probable cases of Japanese encephalitis virus infection are included in the data from 1 December 2021 onward. Prior to this date, only confirmed cases were reported.
5. Notes for Mpox (monkeypox):
Mpox became notifiable in Queensland on 24 June 2022. YTD counts begin on 24 June 2022. YTD and annual counts are not reported for 2021 or earlier.
See Queensland COVID-19 for current statistics
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