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Communicable Diseases

A communicable disease (or infectious disease) is an illness that can be transmitted from person to person. Communicable disease surveillance and control involves investigation of cases/contacts, provision of needed health care services, immunizations, and education. Public Health Nurses provide follow-up services on reportable diseases to ensure the safety of Marinette County residents and to decrease the transmission of disease.  
Additional Information:
Childhood Communicable Diseases
Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases
When and How to Wash Your Hands