Emerging disease surveillance and response


Weekly Pacific Syndromic Surveillance Reports

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The Pacific Syndromic Surveillance System (PSSS) reports information that could indicate the start of an outbreak prone disease. Data are collected on four syndromes: acute fever and rash, diarrhoea, influenza-like-illness and prolonged fever from over 200 health care facilities in 23 countries across the Pacific. The PSSS serves as an invaluable early warning tool for common outbreak prone diseases and a mechanism for the regular contact between Pacific Island Countries and Territories, the WHO and other international agencies such as the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.

Syndromic Surveillance Reports

August 2017 surveillance reports

July 2017 surveillance reports

June 2017 surveillance reports

May 2017 surveillance reports

April 2017 surveillance reports

March 2017 surveillance reports

February 2017 surveillance reports

January 2017 surveillance reports

Previous years surveillance reports

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