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Weekly data from UK laboratories on the number of cases of notifiable bacteria and viruses.
Air quality reports for the survivors and residents of the area surrounding Grenfell Tower.
The number of people contacting their GPs outside of surgery hours under the syndromic surveillance system.
Monitors the number of people who visit their GP during surgery hours under the syndromic surveillance system.
How the actual number and type of death registrations in England and Wales compare to predictions for each week.
This weekly summary highlights changes in the number of people visiting GPs, going to emergency departments and calling NHS 111.
National influenza reports, tracking seasonal flu and other seasonal respiratory illnesses in the UK.
Summary of the number of people calling NHS 111 for health advice within England on a weekly basis under the syndromic surveillance system.
The number of people going to emergency departments each day, with results published every week under the syndromic surveillance system.
National report summarising laboratory surveillance of norovirus and rotavirus, including norovirus activity in prisons.
Analysis of data for statutory notifications of infectious diseases (NOIDS) in England and Wales in 2019.
Notifications of infectious diseases (NOIDs) for the last 52 weeks.
These reports detail high consequence infectious disease (HCID) events that are detected during PHE's epidemic intelligence activities.
Routine reports on general outbreaks of foodborne illness and laboratory reports of common enteric infections and other enteric diseases, with cumulative totals.
A national, weekly public health bulletin for England and Wales from Public Health England.
Monthly updates on new or emerging infectious disease events that could affect UK public health.
Annual regional reports for the recent epidemiology of TB.
Reports presenting annual epidemiological data for HIV in South East England.
COMEAP statement on the evidence of health effects on the travelling public from exposure to particulate matter in the London Underground.
A monthly report on laboratory confirmed respiratory infections in England and Wales.
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