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Communicable diseases in Australia

Health Indicators
Case fatality rate 0 in 2012 WHO
Cases 5 in 2012 WHO
Deaths 4.6 % in 2016 WB + 1 other
Mortality Rate 18 per 100 000 population in 2008 WHO
Years of life lost by broader causes 6 % in 2008 WHO
Gender Mortality Rate (per 100000 population in 2012)
Male 15.54 WHO
Female 11.95 WHO
Oceania
Australia 50 in 2005 WHO
Fiji 5 timeseries
Kiribati 6 timeseries
Marshall Islands 5 timeseries
Micronesia (Federated States of) 6 timeseries
Nauru 5 timeseries
New Zealand 0 in 2005 WHO
Palau 2 timeseries
Papua New Guinea 0 in 2005 WHO
Samoa 6 timeseries
Solomon Islands 5 timeseries
Tonga 6 timeseries
Tuvalu 5 timeseries
Vanuatu 3 timeseries
Health
Communicable Diseases 50 in 2005 WHO
Non-communicable Diseases 6 timeseries
Health Communicable Diseases
Haemophilus influenzae Age 1 Immunization 1 timeseries
AIDS Deaths 1 timeseries
Diphteria 6 timeseries
Hepatitis B 5 timeseries
Hepatitis C Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
HIV 28,000 numbers in 2018 WB
Leprosy 4 timeseries
Measles 10 timeseries
Meningitis Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Mumps Cases 1 timeseries
Poliomyelitis 3 timeseries
Rabies Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Respiratory diseases 8.1 per 100000 population in 2012 WHO
Rotavirus Age 1 Immunization 1 timeseries
Rubella Cases 1 timeseries
STDs Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Trachoma Mortality Rate 3 timeseries
Tuberculosis 7 timeseries
Whooping cough 4 timeseries
Yellow fever Cases 1 timeseries

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