Provincial Health Planning Commission announced in November 2016 the province's statutory reporting of infectious diseases in 20 deaths
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Epidemic encephalitis, anthrax, epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis, whooping cough, diphtheria, schistosomiasis, human immunodeficiency virus (HPV), infectious diseases such as pneumonia, No case report, the rest are reported. One case of human infection H7N9, imported dengue fever in 3 cases, 20 cases of local infection with dengue. The top five reported A and B infectious diseases were viral hepatitis, syphilis, tuberculosis, gonorrhea and AIDS, accounting for 98.03% of the total. The reported infectious diseases were: AIDS, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis .
C infectious diseases, the province in November reported a total of 11557 cases, one person died. The top five reported diseases are HFMD, other infectious diarrheal diseases (excluding cholera, bacterial and amebic dysentery, typhoid and paratyphoid), influenza, mumps , Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, accounting for 99.92% of the total incidence of C infectious diseases; reported dead infectious diseases for the influenza.