Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au
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Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics (2000).

If you have more than one source you could use a keyed note with superscript numerals, letters or symbols at the top of the relevant row or column with information at the bottom next to 'Sources'.  

Table 2 Notified cases of confirmed and probable notifiable communicable diseases in Victoria, and NSW 2010

Communicable Disease

Victoria a

NSW b

Gastroenteritis

6636

9359

Hepatitis B

1985

2533

Hepatitis C

2613

3720

Influenza

2051

1596

Pertussis1

7002

9344

Chlamydia

18269

16553

Gonorrhoea

1758

2297

Salmonellosis

2260

3751

Vector Born2

670

1721

 1 Also known as Whooping Cough

 2 Includes Ross River virus.

 Note: Data cut off October 2010

 Sources: a Department of Human Services (2014); b HealthStats NSW (2014)

 

 

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