Case Studies in Tick Surveillance and Tick-Borne Disease Prevention
June 01, 2020
Between 2004 and 2016, tick-borne disease cases almost doubled in the United States. This ASTHO report includes three case studies capturing how state vector-borne disease control officials have responded to specific issues relating to the public health threats posed by ticks. Given the rise in tick-borne disease, the case studies and analyses in this report may serve as a guide as states respond to similar problems in their jurisdictions.