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Foodborne disease remaining an important public health challenge and they are the most common cause of communicable diseases morbidity and mortality .
During 2008 – 2013 Slovenia reported 363 different outbreaks. The largest group represents the outbreaks with contact transmission (222) where the most common etiologic agent was norovirus, followed by the foodborne disease outbreaks (40).
In 2013 the most foodborne disease outbreaks were caused by Salmonella. The outbreaks occurred in the hospital, in home setting, on picnic. (NIJZ, 2014).



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Figure ZD19-1: Number of reported foodborne disease outbreaks by settings and total, Slovenia, 2008-2013
Sources: 

NIJZ (IVZ), 2008-2013

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2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Canteen or workplace catering No.of reported outbreaks 0 0 0 0 2 0
Restaurant, Hotel No.of reported outbreaks 3 3 0 4 4 1
Household No.of reported outbreaks 2 2 1 1 0 1
Hospital/retirement home/medical care facility/kindergarten/school/other No.of reported outbreaks 5 0 2 2 4 2
Total No.of reported outbreaks 10 5 3 7 10 4
Figure ZD19-2: Number of reported foodborne disease outbreaks, EU-27, 2006-2011
Sources: 

WHO, 2013.

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Belgium No.of reported outbreaks 116 75 104 105 NP NP
Czech Republic No.of reported outbreaks 165 147 74 91 99 106
Denmark No.of reported outbreaks 50 58 69 52 77 86
Estonia No.of reported outbreaks 2 2 3 8 4 2
Finland No.of reported outbreaks 46 32 41 57 42 51
Hungary No.of reported outbreaks 172 144 133 76 155 72
Ireland No.of reported outbreaks 34 14 16 20 9 8
Lithuania No.of reported outbreaks 207 194 221 173 189 437
Malta No.of reported outbreaks 53 61 30 21 99 81
Netherlands No.of reported outbreaks 49 44 44 35 45 42
Poland No.of reported outbreaks 384 368 130 464 549 490
Slovakia No.of reported outbreaks 57 127 374 428 NP 12
Slovenia No.of reported outbreaks 25 22 12 5 3 8
Spain No.of reported outbreaks 807 622 583 584 553 606


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