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Information about the government’s coronavirus antibody testing programme.
The government has announced the start of a major new national antibody…
Antibody test: laboratory test What it tells you If you have had…
Information about Public Health England’s tick awareness resources and how to take part in the Tick Surveillance Scheme.
The latest reproduction number (R) and growth rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK.
Diagnostic and advisory services for Lyme disease.
…Analysis of laboratory-confirmed cases of Lyme disease in England and Wales
Toolkit and resources for local authorities and other stakeholders to raise awareness of the potential risks created by ticks and tick-borne disease in England.
RIPL specialises in the diagnosis and management of unusual or hazardous infectious diseases present in the UK or imported into the country.
List of zoonotic diseases and how they are transmitted to humans.
Find out what Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefits are, how they are worked out, the eligibility rules and how to apply.
Use this service to find out if you should go back to work during this phase of coronavirus lockdown, and what you can do if you should not be going into work.
Latest travel advice for Switzerland including how to stay safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and information on returning to the UK.
Form (P2) for Lyme disease test requests sent to the Rare and Imported Pathogens Laboratory (RIPL).
Advice for health professionals on tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) including symptoms, diagnosis and epidemiology.
Lyme disease, or Lyme borreliosis, is a bacterial infection spread to humans when they are bitten by an infected tick.
The characteristics, diagnosis, management, surveillance and epidemiology of Lyme disease.
Guidance on the laboratory diagnosis of Lyme disease and requirements for sample submission
How to reduce the risk of Lyme disease, its clinical management and other useful resources.
In January 2015 PHE responded to a request about the number of people in the UK positively diagnosed with Lyme disease since January 2012.
Information to assist with differentiating Lyme disease from other causes of rash, neurological or non-specific symptoms.
In January 2015 PHE responded to a request about the the current NHS treatment guidelines for Lyme disease at various stages of the illness.
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