Infectious Disease Reporting
By law, a number of infectious diseases must be reported to the Minnesota Department of Health.
- Reportable Diseases
Alphabetical listing of reportable communicable diseases and information on what is required for reporting each specific disease.
Reportable Diseases A-Z | Report Immediately by Telephone | Report Within One Working Day
- Persons Required to Report Disease
Information on who is required to report disease to the Minnesota Department of Health.
- Chronic Infections in Pregnant Patients
Pregnancy in a person chronically infected with certain perinatally transmissible diseases should be reported.
- Clinical Materials
Submitting an isolate for a reportable disease to the Minnesota Department of Health.
- Methods of Reporting Disease
Downloadable reporting forms, and instructions for reporting via various methods.
"24-7" Phone Reporting | Phone Reporting | Yellow Card | ABCs Case Report Form | Arboviral Disease Case Report Form | Foodborne Disease Reporting Form | Legionellosis Case Report Form | Malaria Case Report Form | MRSA Infection Case Report Form | Mumps Reporting Form | Pertussis Reporting Form | Staphylococcus aureus Infection Case Report Form | STD Confidential Case Report Card | Tickborne Disease Case Report Form | Toxic Shock Syndrome Case Report Form | Blastomycosis Report Forms | Cronobacter sakazakii Form | Neonatal Sepsis Surveillance Forms | VISA/VRSA Case Report Form | Order More Reporting Forms
- Reportable Disease Rule
Information about the Communicable Disease Reporting Rules and communicable disease reporting and HIPAA.
Communicable disease rules | HIPAA and disease reporting
- Reportable Disease Poster
Download a copy of Minnesota's reportable disease poster.
- Electronic Disease Reporting: Minnesota Electronic Disease Surveillance System (MEDSS)