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Eurosurveillance, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 February 2010
In the national epidemiological bulletins – a selection from current issues

Citation style for this article: In the national epidemiological bulletins – a selection from current issues. Euro Surveill. 2010;15(8):pii=19495. Available online:
Date of submission: 25 February 2010

Healthcare-associated infections and antibiotic resistance

Voluntary surveillance of Clostridium difficile in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, 2009
Health Protection Report 2010;4(7)
19 February 2010, United Kingdom

Food- and water-borne diseases

Vero cytotoxin-producing E. coli O157 outbreak at a west London school
Health Protection Report 2010;4(5)
12 February 2010, United Kingdom 

Listeria in cheese from Styria, Austria
Bundesministerium für Gesundheit Familie und Jugend
24 February 2010, Austria

Intensive surveillance of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) in the Nederlands, 2008
Infectieziekten Bulletin RIVM 2010;21
Nummer 1 February 2010, The Netherlands

Listeria found in cured salmon (gravlax)
EPI-aktuellt 2010;9(5)
4 February 2010, Sweden

Respiratory diseases 

More older people availing of seasonal influenza vaccine
Epi-Insight 2010;11(2)
February 2010, Ireland
Continued increase of reported tuberculosis cases
EPI-aktuellt 2010;9(6)
11 February 2010, Sweden

Vaccine-preventable diseases

Rabies 2009; Animal rabies
EPI-NYT 5, 2010
3 February 2010, Denmark

HPV-vaccination, attendance
EPI-NYT 6, 2010
10 February 2010, Denmark


Anthrax alert for heroin users in London
Health Protection Report 2010;4(5)
5 February 2010, United Kingdom

Anthrax identified in heroin users in Scotland
Epi-Insight 2010;11(2)
February 2010, Ireland

Advice to pregnant women during lambing season
eWeekly Report 2010; 44(07)
17 February, Scotland

One new case, one further death in ongoing Anthrax outbreak
eWeekly Report 2010; 44(08)
24 February, Scotland

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