Zoonotic Disease Program
Zoonosis describes the process whereby an infectious disease is transmitted between species. It usually refers specifically to diseases that can travel from non-human animals to humans. They include all diseases that people can contract from animals such as wildlife, domestic animals, insects, primates, and birds.
- Animal Plague Cases in Santa Fe Area (January 15, 2015)
- Hantavirus Death of McKinley County Man (December 4, 2014)
- First New Mexico West Nile Virus Death of 2014 (September 23, 2014)
- Plague Activity Continues in the East Mountain Area (July 25, 2014)
- Rabies in a Bat from San Miguel County (August 12, 2014)
- Hantavirus Death in a San Juan County Woman (June 17, 2014)
- Human Cases of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in New Mexico in 2015
- Animal Cases of Plague in New Mexico in 2015
- Bat Rabies Cases in New Mexico in 1984-2014 by County
- Cat Rabies Cases in New Mexico in 1984-2014 by County
- Dog Rabies Cases in New Mexico in 1984-2014 by County
- Animal Rabies Cases in New Mexico in 2013
- Rabies Frequently Asked Questions
- West Nile Virus Fact Sheet
- West Nile Virus Frequently Asked Questions
- Vector Control Manual - Chapter 05.3
- Plague Manual for Investigation
- Hantavirus Frequently Asked Questions
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