Infectious diseases are illnesses caused by a range of organisms including bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi. Over 60 infectious diseases – such as measles, tuberculosis, HIV infection, hepatitis A, influenza and gonorrhoea – are notifiable under the Public Health Act​
 
NSW Health publishes a range of data, interactive statistics and reports on infectious diseases.
 
More information can be found at Infectious diseases.
 

Open data

Key reports 

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Page Updated: Monday 23 March 2020