Research and analysis

Non-statutory zoonoses: disease surveillance reports, 2016

Quarterly reports about the disease surveillance of non-statutory zoonoses and infections shared between humans and animals.

Documents

Non-statutory zoonoses: annual report: 2016

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Non-statutory zoonoses: quarterly report: July to September 2016

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Non-statutory zoonoses: quarterly report: April to June 2016

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Non-statutory zoonoses: quarterly report: January to March 2016

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Published 7 July 2016
Last updated 8 March 2017 + show all updates
  1. Published annual report 2016
  2. Published July to September 2016 report
  3. Published April to June 2016 report
  4. First published.