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There is need for sustained surveillance to facilitate early detection, reporting, verification, investigation, confirmation, and response to alerts and suspected cases. The following enhanced surveillance strategic areas will be focused on: Alert management and active case search, laboratory-based surveillance, community-based disease surveillance, health facility-based surveillance, quarantine, point of entry surveillance and contact tracing. This will be based on regular risk assessments and prioritization of districts.
COVID-19 surveillance activities will be conducted within the integrated disease surveillance and response framework to allow detection of other epidemic prone diseases eg. Measles, Acute Flaccid Paralysis, Ebola, and viral hemorrhagic fevers and continuity of services. Weekly and monthly Health Management Information System (HMIS) reports will continue to be submitted to Ministry of Health (MoH). The MoH will mobilize the partnerships needed for activation of all surveillance systems in the country as mentioned above.
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