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Table 3 Infectious diseases covered by mandatory NIDRS reporting[31]

From: Surveillance systems for neglected tropical diseases: global lessons from China’s evolving schistosomiasis reporting systems, 1949–2014

Rank # of diseases Reporting time Diseases
Class A 2 2 hours Plague, Cholera
Class B 26 24 hours§ SARS§, HIV/AIDS, Viral hepatitis (A, B, C, E, other), Poliomyelitis§, Human avian influenza§, Measles, Epidemic hemorrhagic fever, Rabies, Epidemic Japanese encephalitis B, Dengue fever, Anthrax§, Tuberculosis, Dysentery (viral or amebic), Epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis, Typhoid and Paratyphoid, Pertussis, Diphtheria, Tetanus neonatorum, Scarlet fever, Brucellosis, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Leptospirosis, Schistosomiasis, Malaria, H1N1 swine flu
Class C 11 24 hours Influenza, Mumps, Rubella, Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, Leprosy, Typhus, Leishmaniasis, Echinococcosis, Filariasis, Infectious Diarrhea other than cholera, dysentery or typhoid and paratyphoid, Foot-and-mouth disease
  1. §Cases of SARS, poliomyelitis, pulmonary anthrax and human infection with highly pathogenic avian influenza must be reported within 2 hours.