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Last update date June 29, 2020

Guide of infectious disease report

For law (Infectious Disease Law) about medical care for the patients with prevention of infectious disease and infectious disease, infectious disease to need report in Health and Welfare Center (public health center) is prescribed.
Standard and style of target infectious disease are revised appropriately and can download the latest edition from this page.

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About report based on Infectious Disease Law, a part of "standard that manager of doctor and designated report organization reported to prefectural governors" was revised, and, from June 25, 2020, report standard, report style of new coronavirus infectious disease (we limit to thing which it was reported to newly that pathogen has ability to be transmitted from the People's Republic of China to people for World Health Organization in coronavirus (January, 2020 of the beta coronavirus genus and limit to thing which is).) was changed.

About report based on Infectious Disease Law, a part of "standard that manager of doctor and designated report organization reported to prefectural governors" was revised, and report standard of epidemic keratoconjunctivitis was changed from April 1, 2020.

We publish report standard, report style in order of next according to classifications. In classification, we equal in principle the order of the kana syllabary of the name of disease.
We published report of report standard, infectious disease development of veterinarian (animal) after analogous case of a disease to establish in Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ordinance.

Report standard and report style of report of infectious disease development

Kin infectious disease

Two kinds of infectious diseases

Report standard, report style of two kinds of infectious diseases
(1)Acute anterior poliomyelitisReport standard (PDF: 238KB)Report style (PDF: 192KB)
(2)Tuberculosis [please confirm about "Yokohama-shi public health center/tuberculosis".]Report standard (PDF: 243KB)Report style (PDF: 386KB)
(3)DiphtheriaReport standard (PDF: 240KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)

(4)Severe acute respiratory syndrome (pathogen the beta coronavirus genus

Thing which is SARS coronavirus is best)

Report standard (PDF: 84KB)Report style (PDF: 219KB)

(5)Middle East respiratory syndrome (pathogen the beta coronavirus genus

Thing which is MERS coronavirus is best)

Report standard (PDF: 13KB)Report style (PDF: 126KB)
(6)Bird flu (H5N1)Report standard (PDF: 11KB)Report style (PDF: 126KB)
(7)Bird flu (H7N9)Report standard (PDF: 10KB)Report style (PDF: 126KB)

Three kinds of infectious diseases

Report standard, report style of three kinds of infectious diseases
(1)CholeraReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(2)Bacillary dysenteryReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(3)Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 219KB)
(4)Typhoid feverReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 191KB)
(5)ParatyphoidReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 191KB)

Four kinds of infectious diseases

Report standard, report style of four kinds of infectious diseases
(1)Hepatitis EReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 225KB)
(2)The West Nile fever (including West Nile encephalitis)Report standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(3)Hepatitis AReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(4)EchinococcosisReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(5)Yellow feverReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(6)PsittacosisReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(7)Omsk hemorrhagic feverReport standard (PDF: 240KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(8)Relapsing feverReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(9)kyasanuru forest diseaseReport standard (PDF: 236KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(10)Q feverReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(11)RabiesReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(12)CoccidioidomycosisReport standard (PDF: 419KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(13)MonkeypoxReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(14)Dicow yl infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 141KB)

(15)Severe febrile thrombopenia syndrome (pathogen the fureboirusu genus

Thing which is SFTS virus is best)

Report standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 219KB)
(16)Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndromeReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(17)Western equine encephalitisReport standard (PDF: 236KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(18)Tick-mediated encephalitisReport standard (PDF: 237KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(19)AnthraxReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(20)chikungunia heatReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 126KB)
(21)TrombiculiasisReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(22)Dengue feverReport standard (PDF: 237KB)Report style (PDF: 127KB)
(23)Eastern equine encephalitisReport standard (PDF: 236KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)

(24)Bird flu (bird flu (H5N1 and

Except H7N9))

Report standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(25)Nipah virus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(26)Spotted fever in JapanReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(27)Japanese EncephalitisReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 219KB)
(28)Hantavirus pulmonary syndromeReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(29)B viral diseaseReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(30)EquiniaReport standard (PDF: 165KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(31)BrucellosisReport standard (PDF: 237KB)Report style (PDF: 191KB)
(32)Equine encephalitis in VenezuelaReport standard (PDF: 236KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(33)Hendra virus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(34)Rash typhoid feverReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(35)botsurinusu symptomReport standard (PDF: 237KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(36)MalariaReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 126KB)
(37)TularemiaReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(38)Lyme diseaseReport standard (PDF: 169KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(39)Lytta virus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(40)Rift Valley feverReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(41)Kind equiniaReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(42)Legionella symptomReport standard (PDF: 236KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(43)LeptospirosisReport standard (PDF: 167KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(44)Rocky Mountain spotted feverReport standard (PDF: 168KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)

Five kinds of infectious diseases (all quantity)

Report standard, report style of five kinds of infectious diseases
(1)Amebic dysenteryReport standard (PDF: 420KB)Report style (PDF: 217KB)
(2)Viral hepatitis (except hepatitis E and hepatitis A)Report standard (PDF: 421KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(3)Carbapenem-resistant intestinal bacteria department bacterial infectionsReport standard (PDF: 188KB)Report style (PDF: 197KB)
(4)The acute diastolic paralysis (except acute anterior poliomyelitis)Report standard (PDF: 200KB)Report style (PDF: 184KB)

(5)Acute encephalitis (West Nile encephalitis, the western part equine encephalitis, tick mediation

Encephalitis, the eastern part equine encephalitis, Japanese Encephalitis, equine encephalitis in Venezuela

And except Rift Valley fever)

Report standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 191KB)
(6)CryptosporidiosisReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 222KB)
(7)Creutzfeldt-Jakob diseaseReport standard (PDF: 264KB)Report style (PDF: 199KB)
(8)Fulminant model hemolysis-related streptococcus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 190KB)
(9)Acquired immunodeficiency syndromeReport standard (PDF: 251KB)Report style (PDF: 217KB)
(10)Giardia symptomReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 217KB)
(11)Invasive Haemophilus influenzae infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 191KB)
(12)Invasive meningococcal infectionReport standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 126KB)
(13)Invasive pneumococcal diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 192KB)
(14)Chickenpox (limited to hospitalization example.)Report standard (PDF: 210KB)Report style (PDF: 127KB)
(15)Congenital rubella syndromeReport standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 218KB)
(16)SyphilisReport standard (PDF: 75KB)Report style (PDF: 219KB)
(17)Disseminated cryptococcosisReport standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 190KB)
(18)TetanusReport standard (PDF: 196KB)Report style (PDF: 190KB)
(19)Vancomycin-resistant yellow staphylococciaReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 196KB)
(20)Vancomycin resistant enterococcus infectionReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 191KB)
(21)PertussisReport standard (PDF: 239KB)Report style (PDF: 184KB)
(22)RubellaReport standard (PDF: 218KB)Report style (PDF: 142KB)

[for medical institution]
(22)When rubella is doubted

■About conduct of examination of measles, rubella diagnosis in Yokohama-shi ■(PDF: 503KB)
(summary about correspondence of medical institution)
■About request matters when we have you do measles, rubella PCR specimen collection ■(PDF: 175KB)
■Inspection vote (pathogen) and mention example ■(PDF: 407KB)
(23)MeaslesReport standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 142KB)

[for medical institution]
(23)When measles is doubted

■About conduct of examination of measles, rubella diagnosis in Yokohama-shi ■(PDF: 503KB)
(summary about correspondence of medical institution)
■About request matters when we have you do measles, rubella PCR specimen collection ■(PDF: 175KB)
■Inspection vote (pathogen) and mention example ■(PDF: 407KB)
(24)Drug-resistant reed nito Baktar infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 209KB)Report style (PDF: 197KB)

Five kinds of infectious diseases (fixed point)

Five kinds of infectious disease/Pediatrics fixed points (weekly bulletin)

Pediatrics fixed point (weekly bulletin)
(25)Respiratory syncytial virus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 104KB)
(26)Pharyngoconjunctival feverReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(27)A group hemolysis-related streptococcus pharyngitisReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(28)Infectious gastroenteritisReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(29)ChickenpoxReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(30)Hand-foot-and-mouth diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(31)Erythema infectiosumReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(32)Cataplectic rashReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(33)HerpanginaReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(34)Epidemic parotitisReport standard (PDF: 197KB)

Five kinds of infectious disease/influenza fixed points (weekly bulletin)

Influenza fixed point (weekly bulletin)

(35)Influenza (bird flu and
Except infectious diseases such as new influenza)

Report standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 103KB)

Five kinds of infectious disease/Ophthalmology fixed points (weekly bulletin)

Ophthalmology fixed point (weekly bulletin)
(36)Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis

Report standard (PDF: 197KB)

Report style (PDF: 103KB)
(37)Epidemic keratoconjunctivitisReport standard (PDF: 531KB)

Five kinds of infectious disease/sexually transmitted disease fixed points (monthly report)

Sexually transmitted disease fixed point (monthly report)
(38)Genital chlamydial infectionReport standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 103KB)
(39)The sexual organs herpesvirus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(40)Acuminata konjiromaReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(41)Gonococcus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)

Five kinds of infectious disease/nucleus hospital fixed points (weekly bulletin)

Basic hospital fixed point (weekly bulletin)
(42)Infectious gastroenteritis (pathogen is limited to thing which is rotavirus)Report standard (PDF: 197KB)

Report style (PDF: 203KB)

(43)Chlamydia pneumonia (except psittacosis)Report standard (PDF: 197KB)

(44)Bacterial meningitis (Haemophilus influenzae, Neisseria meningitidis

Except case that Streptococcus pneumoniae was identified as cause)

Report standard (PDF: 197KB)
(46)Mycoplasmal pneumoniaReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(47)Aseptic meningitisReport standard (PDF: 197KB)

Five kinds of infectious disease/nucleus hospital fixed point influenza (weekly bulletin)

Basic hospital fixed point influenza (weekly bulletin)

(35)Influenza (bird flu and

Except infectious diseases such as new influenza)

Report standard (PDF: 198KB)Report style (PDF: 48KB)

Five kinds of infectious disease/nucleus hospital fixed points (monthly report)

Basic hospital fixed point (monthly report)
(45)Penicillin-resistant pneumococcal diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)Report style (PDF: 108KB)
(48)Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 197KB)
(49)Drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa infectious diseaseReport standard (PDF: 209KB)

Designated infectious disease

Designated infectious disease

New coronavirus infectious disease (we limit to thing which it was reported to newly that pathogen has ability to be transmitted from the People's Republic of China to people for World Health Organization in coronavirus (January, 2020 of the beta coronavirus genus and limit to thing which is).)

Report standard (PDF: 151KB)

Report style (PDF: 206KB)

Analogous case of a disease to establish in Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ordinance

Analogous case of a disease to establish in Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ordinance

Analogous case of a disease to establish in Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ordinance to prescribe in law Article 14 Paragraph 1

Report standard (PDF: 55KB)

Report style (PDF: 98KB)
Patient investigation paper (PDF: 348KB)
Inspection vote for analogous case of a disease
(pathogen) (Excel: 23KB)

Examination of pathogen request vote

Examination of pathogen request vote
Kin infectious disease, two kinds of infectious diseases, three kinds of infectious diseases, four kinds of infectious diseases, five kinds of infectious diseases, infectious diseases such as new influenza and designated infectious disease inspection vote (pathogen)Inspection vote (pathogen) (Excel: 24KB)

Report of report standard, infectious disease development of veterinarian (animal)

Report of report standard, infectious disease development of veterinarian (animal)
Infectious disease nameTarget animal  
First Ebola hemorrhagic feverMonkeyReport standard (PDF: 361KB)Report style (PDF: 65KB)
Second severe acute respiratory syndromeFerret badger, raccoon dog and palm civet
The third plaguePrairie dog
The fourth Marburg diseaseMonkey
The fifth bacillary dysenteryMonkey
The sixth West Nile feverAnimal which belongs to birds
The seventh echinococcosisDog
The eighth tuberculosisMonkey
The ninth bird flu (H5N1 or H7N9)Animal which belongs to birds
The tenth Middle East respiratory syndromeArabian camel

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