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Detection of gastroenteritis viruses in Japan, 2013/14 season (as of May 14, 2015)

 In Japan, Infectious Disease Surveillance Center (IDSC) of National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) is notified the results of isolation/detection of infectious agents from prefectural and municipal public health institutes (PHIs). Their information are based on the laboratory identification done by PHIs for the specimens collected at sentinel clinics/hospitals under the National Epidemiological Surveillance of Infectious Diseases (NESID), occasionally at non-sentinel sites and at health centers.
  From gastroenteritis cases, norovirus and other viruses (sapovirus, rotavirus, astrovirus etc.) are detected.

Figure 1. Weekly reports of norovirus, sapovirus and rotavirus detection, 2013/14 season

Figure 2. Detection of norovirus, sapovirus and rotavirus by prefecture, 2013/14 season

 

 

Figure 3. Weekly detection of norovirus by prefecture ,2013/14 (as of August 29,2014)

 

 *2013/14 season: Week 36/September of 2013 - Week 35/August of 2014 

 

 **Data for current and previous weeks will be updated by additional reports.

 

   ***Weekly reports of astrovirus detection, 2010/11-2013/14 season (as of October 10, 2014)

 

Link to Detection of norovirus GII/4 2012 variant in Japan (National Institute of Health Sciences)


Detection of gastroenteritis viruses in Japan, 2012/13 season (as of October 24, 2013)

Detection of gastroenteritis viruses in Japan, 2011/12 season (as of November 8, 2012)

Infectious Agents Surveillance Report, Infectious Disease Surveillance Center, 
National Institute of Infectious Diseases

Copyright 1998 National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan

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