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  1. Measure of variability (MOV) is the probable range of values resulting from random fluctuations in the number of events and tells whether a county rate or percentage is statistically different from the state.
  2. When county rates are statistically different than state rates, they are marked with *.

Reportable and Infectious Diseases

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You may find an indicator alphabetically using the A-Z list or by category using dropdown lists.
Reportable and Infectious Diseases Frequency ReportsLink opens in new window
This website from the Bureau of Epidemiology contains data for all reportable diseases. Data can be grouped by year, gender, age, county and diagnosis status. These reports require Internet Explorer 11.0 using Compatibility View. Download Internet Explorer 11.0, then select Tools from the menu bar and select Compatibility View from the dropdown list.

Florida Morbidity Statistics ReportLink opens in new window
Data on selected reportable diseases are published at the end of the year in the Florida Annual Morbidity Statistics Report. These reports contain the official statistics, in tabular and graphic form, for the reported occurrence of notifiable infections diseases in Florida. Unless otherwise noted, the data are final totals for the corresponding year.

STD Data from the Bureau of Communicable DiseasesLink opens in new window
This site provides information on gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis and links to national data and fact sheets.

Ebola Virus DiseaseLink opens in new window
The state of Florida is prepared to identify and ensure patients who may have EVD are isolated and have access to appropriate treatment. To learn more about the Ebola Virus Disease click here

InfluenzaLink opens in new window
The "flu" is a common catch-all term used for a variety of illnesses, but it correctly applies only to the upper respiratory disease caused by the influenza virus. To learn more about influenza click here

Zika VirusLink opens in new window
In an effort to keep Florida residents and visitors safe and aware about the status of the Zika virus, the Florida Department of Health will issue Zika virus updates. Updates will include a CDC-confirmed Zika case count by county and information to better keep Floridians prepared. To access the daily Zika virus updates click here
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