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The Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Program gathers information provided by veterinary laboratories to track diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans. Reports include zoonotic diseases such as rabies, leptospirosis, campylobacteriosis, parasites, and tick-borne diseases.
Veterinarians also are welcome to complete the reporting form for zoonotic diseases and diseases of veterinary importance (pdf) for cases diagnosed in clinical practice.
View the comprehensive list of zoonotic diseases in the U.S. (pdf).
Note: See Reporting Results for disease reporting data.
Report Immediately, Day or Night
Report within One Day
Report within One Week
* The Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory may request isolates for further identification.
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