Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program
(800) 256-2748  (24 hours/ 7 days)

The Infectious Disease Epidemiology (IDE) section is staffed by epidemiologists and support staff who track the causes and consequences of infectious diseases. The purpose of the section is to study the distribution of infectious diseases in the community and to carry out or coordinate programs to prevent and mitigate the spread of communicable diseases. The Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program is funded through cooperative agreements with the State of Louisiana and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

 

Connect With Us    oph.idepi@la.gov

To view a directory of Public Health Infectious Disease Epidemiologists click here.
To report HIV, STDs, Hepatitis B, or Hepatitis C, please contact the STD/HIV/Hepatitis Program here.
To contact the Tuberculosis (TB) Control Program click here.
To contact Environmental EPI (SEET) for mold issues call (888) 293-7020; Baton Rouge (225) 342-7136; New Orleans (504) 568-8150.
 

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» Vaccine Information

» School Resources:       LDH web page        OPH web page
» LDH Reporting Portal 

(Use Portal to report Vaccine Breakthrough cases, any COVID-19  associated Mortality, associated Pediatric Hospitalizations, and associated Pregnant Female cases)

» Open Safely Guidance

» COVID-19 Resources 

» COVID-19 Statewide Community Testing Sites & Requirements  

 

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