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

Cases reported in
May

Cases reported through
May

2019 2018 2019 2018
Campylobacteriosis 4 33 112 145
Chlamydial infections 710 866 3977 4169
Cryptosporidiosis 2 6 29 17
Giardiasis 0 1 29 119
Gonorrhea 351 369 1838 1898
Hepatitis A 1 2 11 6
Hepatitis B (acute) 4 0 6 2
Hepatitis C (acute) 0 5 12 11
Herpes, genital (primary) 0 1 7 6
HIV and AIDS (includes only AIDS cases not previously reported as HIV) 29 35 126 129
Legionellosis 1 1 4 5
Listeriosis 0 1 2 3
Measles 5 0 6 0
Meningococcal Disease 0 1 3 3
Mumps 1 3 5 11
Pertussis 1 8 13 59
Rubella (including congenital rubella) 0 0 0 0
Salmonellosis 11 34 64 106
Shiga toxin producing E. coli (STEC), including E. coli O157:H7 and non-O157) 11 6 38 33
Shigellosis 6 5 25 64
Syphilis, early 40 63 303 312
Syphilis, congenital 0 0 0 0
Syphilis, late 15 11 108 81
Tuberculosis 15 11 60 40
Vibriosis 1 0 5 2
Yersiniosis 0 0 3 6

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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