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Eurosurveillance, Volume 7, Issue 43, 23 October 2003

Citation style for this article: Statistical data for communicable diseases in the Barents and Baltic Sea regions, 2002 and new issue of EpiNorth online (vol. 4, no. 2). Euro Surveill. 2003;7(43):pii=2315. Available online:

Statistical data for communicable diseases in the Barents and Baltic Sea regions, 2002 and new issue of EpiNorth online (vol. 4, no. 2)

Vibeke R. Gundersen (, EpiNorth editorial office

Annual statistical data from the national and regional reporting systems for infectious diseases in the Barents and Baltic Sea Regions for 2002 are now available at the EpiNorth website,

The most recent issue of EpiNorth (vol. 4, no. 2) is also available at the website. It includes three articles previously published in Eurosurveillance:

Patterns of Puumula virus infection in Finland
Viral haemorrhagic fevers in Europe - effective control requires a co-ordinated response
Antimicrobial drug resistance in isolates of Salmonella enterica from cases of Salmonellosis in humans in Europe in 2000



WHO-UNICEF: Ten global criteria for effective vaccine store management.


The statistical data have been made available by the state epidemiologists of all the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, and the chief epidemiologists in the northwest Russian regions of Arkhangelsk, Murmansk, the city of St Petersburg, the county of Leningrad, Karelia, Kaliningrad, and the Nenets Autonomous Area.

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