Notifiable conditions annual reporting
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|Disease||Year to date: 1 Jan -||Annual totals|
+ Notes for Nontuberculous Mycobacterium:
From 29 January 2018 notifications of Mycobacterium ulcerans are being reported separately as Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (M. ulcerans). All other Nontuberulous mycobacterium notifications will be reported as Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (other and unspecified).
^ 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.
# Notes for Zika virus:
The year-to-date comparison for Zika virus compares the current YTD to the mean of the corresponding periods in 2014-2016, and is therefore not a five year mean.
~ Notes for Rheumatic Heart Disease:
Numbers are included for Rheumatic Heart disease from 1 September 2018, when it became notifiable in Queensland. YTD 2018 will be displayed as the number followed by the symbol ~ and is the only YTD measure that can be supplied.
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