Information for Health Care Professionals about Mosquitoborne Diseases - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Information for Health Care Professionals about Mosquitoborne Diseases

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May 31, 2018: Minnesota Laboratory System (MLS) Update
Powassan and Arbovirus Testing for the 2018 Season

May 31, 2018: Tickborne Disease Health Alert
Tickborne Disease Risk Season is Here

MLS: Laboratory testing recommendations for Zika virus infections (PDF)
Aug. 9, 2016: Minnesota Laboratory System (MLS) Laboratory Update


Guidelines

Zika virus

For couples who may become pregnant:

For couples who are currently pregnant:

For infants with possible Zika virus exposure:

West Nile virus and other arboviral diseases

Statistics

Disease Reporting

  • MDH staff also are available to provide clinical consultation regarding testing and diagnosis of all mosquitoborne diseases. Call 651-201-5414 for a clinical consultation.

  • Infectious Disease Reporting
    • Reporting Arboviral Disease
      Arboviral diseases (including but not limited to La Crosse encephalitis, eastern equine encephalitis, western equine encephalitis, St. Louis encephalitis, and West Nile virus) must be reported to MDH within one working day.

Newsletter Articles

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Updated Thursday, 16-Aug-2018 09:58:56 CDT