Research and analysis

Norovirus: annual figures 2000 to 2012

Laboratory reports of norovirus infections in England and Wales.

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Norovirus: annual figures 2000 to 2012

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Norovirus: annual figures by age group (2000 to 2012)

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Norovirus: annual figures by month (2000 to 2012)

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Norovirus: annual figures by region (2000 to 2012)

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Details

The number of faecal specimens that tested positive for norovirus reported to the Health Protection Agency, now called Public Health England.

Reports for 2010 to 2015 are available.

In 2014, PHE upgraded the laboratory reporting system so direct comparisons between the data reported for 2000 to 2012, which used the previous system, and the more recent data reports may require cautious interpretation.

Published 10 January 2013