Surveillance is the ongoing, systematic collection, analysis and interpretation of health-related data. Data is used to inform, and evaluate, public health measures for control of COVID-19 in Vanuatu. Surveillance for COVID-19 in Vanuatu incorporates a range of data sources, including traveller surveillance, case investigation and contact tracing, syndromic and sentinel surveillance, targeted active case finding, laboratory surveillance, hospital surveillance, and vaccination surveillance.
It has been 226 days since the last report of a confirmed (imported) case in Vanuatu. Continuous review of syndromic and laboratory data available to date suggests that
there is no evidence of clusters of locally-acquired sporadic cases, cluster of cases or community transmission. Influenza-like illness reports remain lower than previous