Many diseases and conditions that have significant public health impact require follow-up by Public Health, and must be reported under Wisconsin Legislature: 252. Follow-up may include sharing records from healthcare providers, interviewing cases and contacts (contact tracing), education, treatment, vaccination, and working with schools/day cares/employers/etc. to prevent disease spread.

Reportable Diseases Include:
  • campylobacter
  • chlamydia
  • bacterial meningitis
  • giardia
  • gonorrhea
  • hepatitis C
  • HIV/AIDS
  • lyme disease
  • measles
  • monkeypox
  • mumps
  • salmonella
  • tuberculosis
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