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Notification of Infectious Diseases
 
How to notify infectious diseases?
 
In accordance with the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap.599), there are 50 notifiable infectious diseases. All registered medical practitioners are required to notify the Centre for Health Protection all suspected or confirmed cases of these diseases. Medical practitioners are also advised to report other diseases and conditions that are of public health concern. The Centre for Health Protection will conduct surveillance and control of these diseases.

The notification forms and contact details are shown in the table below. Alternatively, registered medical practitioners may choose to report through the secure and convenient web-based notification system available in the CENO On-line website (http://cdis.chp.gov.hk/CDIS CENO ONLINE/ceno.html).

NB Anonymous HIV/AIDS reporting is handled by Special Preventive Programme, Public Health Services Branch, Centre for Health Protection. Please click here for details.
 
Notification forms and contact details
 
Name of Form Form Personal Information Collection Statement
Contact details
Fax Tel Address E-mail
Form 1
Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap. 599)
Tuberculosis Notification
 PDF    PDF 2572 8921 2572 3487 Wanchai Chest Clinic
2/F, 99 Kennedy Road, Hong Kong
 E-mail
Form 2
Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap. 599)
Notification of Infectious Diseases other than Tuberculosis
 PDF    PDF 2477 2770 2477 2772 Centre for Health Protection
3/F., 147C Argyle Street, Kowloon
 E-mail
Report to Department of Health on poisoning or communicable diseases other than those specified in the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap. 599)  PDF    PDF 2477 2770 2477 2772 Centre for Health Protection
3/F., 147C Argyle Street, Kowloon
 E-mail

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