Between 2004 and 2016, tick-borne disease cases have almost doubled in the United States. A new Association of State and Territorial Health Officials report explores 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 diseases, the case studies and analyses in this report may serve as a guide for states responding to similar issues in their jurisdictions.
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