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"Mumps is endemic in British Columbia (BC). Since a resurgence of mumps activity in 2008, there have been both sporadic activity and periodic outbreaks. From 2009 to 2017, the number of cases reported annually has ranged from 8 to 210.  Summaries of mumps activity are available in published annual reports.1 In 2017, the number of mumps cases exceeded the 2016 numbers, with no specific outbreaks detected". - Mumps Epidemiological Summary, British Columbia - 2017

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Monitoring and Surveillance,Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance,Provincial and Territorial Surveillance,Communicable Diseases,Vaccine Preventable Diseases,Mumps Monitoring and Surveillance
Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance
Provincial and Territorial Surveillance
Communicable Diseases
Vaccine Preventable Diseases


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