|Flash Report of measles virus in Japan|
|Isolation/detection of measles virus in Japan, 2012 as of April 10, 2012|
|In Japan, prefectural and municipal public health institutes (PHIs) report isolation/detection of infectious agents from specimens collected by sentinel clinics and hospitals under the National Epidemiological Surveillance of Infectious Diseases, other medical institutions and health centers.|
| From January to March 2012, PHIs in Tokyo Metropolitan and 9 prefectures (Ibaraki, Tochigi, |
Chiba, Toyama, Yamanashi, Gifu, Aichi and Okayama) reported 44 measles virus isolation/detection.
*Measles viruses were detected from each age group between 0-4 years and 40-44 years.
Both children and adults should pay attention to measles.
[Genotype D4] 4 cases; 3 cases in February and one case in March.
|Isolation/detection of measles virus in Japan, 2009-2011 (February 15, 2012)|
|Isolation/detection of measles virus in Japan, 2006-2008 (February 2, 2011)|
|Infectious Agents Surveillance Report, Infectious Disease Surveillance Center,|
|National Institute of Infectious Diseases|
|The topic of IASR|
|Measles in Japan, 2011|
|Measles in Japan, 2010|
|Measles in Japan, 2009|
|Measles in Japan, 2008|
|Measles, Japan, 2006-2007|
|Measles and rubella in Japan, as of March 2006|
|Measles, Japan, 2001-2003|
|Measles, Japan, 1999-2001|
|The present status of measles in Japan as of 1998|
(based on the data reported before yesterday)