Class C Infectious Diseases

For Class C infectious diseases, outbreaks, unusual incidents or epidemics must be reported by the end of the next business day. Examples might be histoplasmosis, pediculosis, scabies, or staphylococcal infections.

Outbreaks might be among these:

Community
Foodborne
Healthcare-associated
Institutional
Waterborne
Zoonotic

Class C Infectious Diseases are reported to the local Public Health jurisdiction of residence of the patient.  To report a Class C Infectious Disease to the Ashtabula County Health Department:

 

Form AshtCoDis1 can be found here.

NOTE:
Cases of AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome), AIDS-related conditions, HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, perinatal exposure to HIV, all CD4 T-lymphocyte counts and all tests used to diagnose HIV must be reported on forms and in a manner prescribed by the Director, Ohio Department of Health.