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Child Health Report-2002

Arrow BulletChild Health Report 2002 - Communicable Disease

This section provides information on the Communicable Disease in the Child Health Report 2002 report.



Communicable Disease

  • Immunization coverage across Peel varies by vaccine, and there is room for improvement.
  • In Peel, the incidence of vaccine preventable diseases declined between 1991 and 2000.
  • Incidence of enteric infections, such as campylobacteriosis, salmonellosis and giardiasis, is also declining in Peel, but they remain among the most common communicable diseases in children.
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Chapter Five - Communicable Disease
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