Acute Communicable
Disease Control

Contact Information
County of Los Angeles
Department of Public Health
Acute Communicable Disease Control
313 N. Figueroa Street, #212
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 240-7941
Fax: (213) 482-4856

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Acute Communicable Disease Control
Acute Communicable Disease Control Manual (B-73) 

Revised sections will be updated to Part IV as soon as they become available.
 Amebiasis   Hansen's Disease (Leprosy)  Respiratory Disease Outbreaks
 (see also Influenza)
 Anaplasmosis  Hantavirus   Ringworm of Scalp - Outbreaks
 Anisakiasis  Hepatitis A  Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
 Anthrax  Hepatitis B  Rubella, Acute or Postnatal (German Measles)
 Botulism  Hepatitis B, Perinatal  Rubella, Congenital
 Brucellosis  Hepatitis  C  Salmonellosis
 Campylobacteriosis  Influenza - Cases and Outbreaks
(see also Respiratory Disease Outbreaks)
 Chagas  Legionellosis    Shigellosis (Dysentery, Bacillary)
 Chickenpox  Leprosy (Hansen's Disease)  Smallpox
 Chlamydia   Leptospirosis  Staphylococcal Infections
 Cholera  Listeriosis  Streptococcal Infections, Group A
 Coccidioidomycosis  Lyme Disease  Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome
Coronavirus, Novel, COVID-19

COVID-19 for Healthcare Associated Institutions: Long-Term Care Facilities (Revised 3.18.20)

 Malaria Streptococcus pneumoniae, Invasive
(see Pneumococcal, Invasive Disease)
Coronavirus, Novel, COVID-19

COVID-19 for Community Residential Congregate Living Settings (e.g., Where People Reside Overnight) (Revised 4.9.20)
 Measles (Rubeola)   Syphilis 
 Cryptosporidiosis  Melioidosis   Taeniasis (Cysticercosis)
 Cysticercosis  Meningitis, Viral - Outbreaks  Tetanus
 Dengue  Meningococcal Infections Toxic Shock Syndrome 
 Diphtheria  Mumps - Outbreaks Toxoplasmosis
 Ebola Virus Disease Necrotizing Fasciitis
(see Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome)
 E. coli Norovirus Outbreaks (Gastroenteritis, Viral - Outbreaks)  Tularemia
 Ehrlichiosis (see also Anaplasmosis)  Paratyphoid Fever   Typhoid Fever, Acute
 Encephalitis, Acute Viral  Pediculosis - Outbreaks  Typhoid Fever, Carrier
 Encephalitis, Arboviral  Pertussis (Whooping Cough)  Typhus, Flea-Borne
 Foodborne Disease Outbreaks  Plague   Vibriosis , Non-cholera
 Gastroenteritis, Viral - Outbreaks  Pneumococcal, Invasive Disease  Waterborne Disease Outbreaks
 Giardiasis  Poliovirus Infection  West Nile Virus
 Glanders   Psittacosis  Yellow Fever
 Gonorrhea   Q Fever (Query Fever)  Yersiniosis
  Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
 (Outbreaks Only)
 Rabies, Human and Animal   Zika Virus Disease
 Haemophilus influenzae Invasive Disease  Relapsing Fever  (Louse-borne, Tick-borne)  


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