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Note: These numbers are preliminary and subject to minor changes.
See archive of past data tables below.

Cases reported in September

Cases reported through September

2018 2017 2018 2017
Campylobacteriosis 54 47 369 309
Chlamydial infections 357 813 7242 7363
Cryptosporidiosis 13 2 56 43
Giardiasis 23 31 242 203
Gonorrhea 254 382 3221 3013
Hepatitis A 0 1 11 5
Hepatitis B (acute) 2 1 8 5
Hepatitis C (acute) 2 1 13 10
Herpes, genital (primary) 2 10 10 345
HIV and AIDS (includes only AIDS cases not previously reported as HIV) 27 19 280 179
Legionellosis 2 1 17 12
Listeriosis 1 0 5 6
Measles 0 0 1 2
Meningococcal Disease 0 0 4 0
Mumps 2 1 16 119
Pertussis 12 9 97 60
Rubella (including congenital rubella) 0 0 0 0
Salmonellosis 28 19 223 168
Shiga toxin producing E. coli (STEC), including E. coli O157:H7 and non-O157) 8 12 69 60
Shigellosis 10 11 111 93
Syphilis, early 35 56 499 484
Syphilis, congenital 0 0 0 0
Syphilis, late 10 16 120 167
Tuberculosis 13 16 80 75
Vibriosis 11 8 65 36
Yersiniosis 2 3 12 13

Archive of monthly reportable disease cases

Archive of past quarterly newsletters
Public Health is no longer publishing The Quarterly Newsletter but you may still access past issues below:

2018 - 1st Quarter
  • Mumps Outbreak
  • Immunization Coverage Among Refugee Arrivals in Washington State
  • ACIP Recommends Single Dose Hep B Revaccination
  • Flu Vaccine Effectiveness: Why So Variable?
  • How To Increase HPV Vaccination Rates
  • New HPV Dosing Algorithm
  • Free HPV Reminder Magnets
2018 - 2nd Quarter
  • Farewell
  • Influenza Season Summary
  • Outbreaks Affecting People Living Homeless
  • School Immunization Season Starts Now!
  • VFC: Looking Back, Looking Ahead
2017 - 1st Quarter
  • Mumps Outbreak
  • Immunization Coverage Among Refugee Arrivals in Washington State
  • ACIP Recommends Single Dose Hep B Revaccination
  • Flu Vaccine Effectiveness: Why So Variable?
  • How To Increase HPV Vaccination Rates
  • New HPV Dosing Algorithm
  • Free HPV Reminder Magnets
2017 - 2nd Quarter
  • Hantavirus in King County
  • Winning Strategies To Increase HPV Immunization Coverage
  • 2016-17 Influenza Season Summary
  • An Inside Look At Disease Investigation
  • Zika Update
2017 - 3rd Quarter
  • Rabid Bats in King County
  • Preventing a Measles Outbreak Via Community Outreach
  • First Reported Case of Raccoon Roundworm in Washington State
  • Newest ACIP Recommendations
  • Immunization FAQ
  • Earn CE Credit And Join The National HPV Learning Collaborative
2016 - 1st Quarter
  • In This Issue: Ebola Outbreak
  • Norovirus Update
  • Zika Virus Resources
  • Meningococcal Vaccine FAQ
  • Training Opportunities
  • PCV Immunization Q&A
  • Meet Public Health's Imms Team
  • From the Literature: HPV Vaccine
2016 - 2nd Quarter
  • Zika Virus
  • Varicella Vaccine Requirements
  • 2016 Immunization Schedules
  • VFC Award Recipients
  • A Case of Foxglove Poisoning
  • Prevalence of HPV
  • Flu Season Summary
2016 - 3rd Quarter
  • ACIP Votes No Flumist
  • Flu Vaccine During Pregnancy
  • CDC NIC 2016
  • 2016-17 School Immunization Requirements
  • Patient Comfort During Vaccination
  • HPV Vaccine Campaign
  • 2016-17 VFC Flu Vaccines
  • New Patient Waiting Resources
2016 - 4th Quarter Newsletter
  • Zika
  • ACIP Recommendations
  • HPV Cancer Prevention Symbol
  • Influenza Update
  • NAPCP Approves Immunization Position Paper
  • Vet News
2015 - 1st Quarter
  • Hep C Test & Cure Project Debuts
  • Measles Update
  • Ocular Syphilis In King County
  • Ebola Update
  • King County Flu Summary
  • Flu Vaccine Effectiveness
  • Medicare Coverage for PCV
  • Immunization Q&A
2015 - 2nd Quarter
  • Rabies Exposures and Reporting
  • Enhanced Hepatitis Surveillance
  • Barriers to Adolescent Immunization
  • Rubella Eliminated In The Americas
  • 2014 Immunization Coverage Awards
  • CDC Pink Book Course
  • Influenza Season Summary
  • High‐Dose Flu Vaccine for Adults 65+
  • FREE HPV Vaccine Reminder Magnets
2015 - 4th Quarter
  • Salmonella Outbreak
  • Pets and Salmonella
  • From The Literature: Measles Vaccine
  • Did You Know? Hep C News
  • 9HPV Vaccine Clinical Q & A
  • Standards for Adult Imms Practice
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination
2014 - 2nd Quarter
  • Happening Now: Measles Gone Viral
  • Update on MERS
  • Sproutbreak 2014
  • New CDC Polio Vaccination
  • Guidance for Travelers
  • Clinical Immunization Q&A
  • 2014-15 Flu Vaccine Virus Strains & Formulations
  • Influenza Surveillance Season Summary
  • New Public Health Veterinarian
2014 - 3rd Quarter
  • West African Ebola Outbreak
  • Chikungunya Outbreak in the Americas
  • Coccidioidomycosis in Washington
  • Vector-Borne Diseases & Pop Quiz
  • An Outbreak of E. coli O26 in a King County Child Care Facility
  • 2014-15 Seasonal Flu Vaccination
  • Guidance and Resources
  • HPV Vaccine Coverage Among KC Adolescents
  • Study Measures Protection Against Clinical Pertussis Among Infants of Mothers Who Received Pertussis Vaccination in Pregnancy
2014 - 4th Quarter
  • Ebola Monitoring
  • Trichinosis Case Report
  • Enterovirus D68 Update
  • Rabies WAC Update
  • VacScene: PCV Vaccine Recommendations
  • PCV Sequence & Intervals Flowchart
  • Offer Tdap Each Pregnancy
  • LAIV Ineffectiveness
  • Push For Ebola Vaccine Development
  • Febrile Seizure Following MMRV

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