Communicable disease prevention, surveillance, and treatment

Disease investigations completed


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Story Behind the Curve

This performance measure shows the number of reportable disease investigations completed for the Bear River Health District. Utah law requires that certain diseases be reported to a public health agency. The data is used to monitor disease activity throughout the state; identify new or emerging diseases and outbreaks; control disease and outbreaks through public health interventions; and prevent the spread of disease through education. For a list of reportable diseases please visit:

Anyone with knowledge of a reportable disease is required to report to public health. However, most reports will come from healthcare providers, laboratories, healthcare facilities, schools and childcare programs. 


Healthcare Providers


Healthcare Facilities

School Districts

Childcare Facilities

Utah Department of Health

General Public


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