Case reporting

Case reporting is an important step in understanding the status of the pandemic. Pandemic surveillance draws from a combination of data sources such as existing influenza and viral respiratory disease surveillance, syndromic surveillance, case reporting, commercial lab reporting, the healthcare safety system, ongoing research platforms, and other new systems designed to answer specific questions. Data should be reported with full demographic information. Key words: Vulnerable populations, demographics, race, ethnicity, age, homelessness, poverty, essential workers, housing insecurity, Chronic kidney disease, Chronic lung disease, Diabetes, Immunocompromised state, Liver disease, Moderate/severe asthma, Serious heart conditions, Severe obesity, LGBTQAI

SNOMED_CT Problem=191415002 (PB0050); SNOMED_CT Cat-Tar=410394004 (CG0004, TG0029)

  • laboratory findings