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IDCM: Section 6

For Informational Purposes Only

This section contains disease-specific information for selected diseases that are not individually reportable in Ohio.  The material presented in this section is for informational purposes only.

The table below includes links to information on the selected disease as well as any Ohio-specific rules regarding isolation or exclusion of persons diagnosed with the disease.


Ohio-Specific Rules

Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) None
Blastocystis hominis Diarrhea exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (H)
Blastomycosis None
Clostridioides difficile Diarrhea exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (H)
Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (E)
Cytomegalovirus None
Dientamoeba fragilis Diarrhea exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (H)
Fifth Disease Fifth disease exclusion ODJFS
Genital Warts None
Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease Hand, foot and mouth disease exclusion ODJFS
Herpes Simplex Virus Herpes Simplex virus exclusion ODJFS
Histoplasmosis None
Kawasaki Disease None
Mononucleosis None
Pediculosis (Lice) Pediculosis exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (Q)
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) None
Reye Syndrome None
Rheumatic Fever None
Ringworm Ringworm exclusion ODJFS
Scabies Scabies exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (W)
Swimmer's Itch None
Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus (VRE)    Diarrhea exclusion OAC 3701-3-13 (H)


Additional information on Ohio-specific rules regarding isolation or exclusion for persons diagnosed with infectious disease can be found in the Ohio Administrative Code 3701-3-13 or the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Communicable Disease Chart.