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Valley fever

Data and Publications

Valley fever (also called coccidioidomycosis or “cocci”) is a reportable disease in California, which means healthcare providers and laboratories that diagnose a case of Valley fever must report it to their local health department. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) uses data on Valley fever cases to track trends and better understand who is affected by Valley fever.

Data and Publications

CDPH produces two types of surveillance reports on reported Valley fever cases: (1) provisional monthly reports and (2) final year-end reports. ​​​An interactive dashboard of surveillance data is also available.​​​​

Data Dashboard

Valley Fever in California Dashboard

Interactive overview of Valley fever cases and rates in California by year, location, and demographic group.

Includes data from 2001–2022

Surveillance Reports

Provisional Monthly Report

    Contains preliminary data on the number of suspect, probable, and confirmed Valley fever cases reported so far in the current year and provides comparisons to data from previous years. Provisional numbers are subject to change in final year-end reports.

  • Coccidioidomycosis in California Provisional Monthly Report (PDF)

  • April 30, 2024

Other Publications

2019–2020 Valley Fever Awareness Campaign Summary Report

CDPH also periodically publishes more focused Valley fever reports in journals, including surveillance summaries, analyses of hospital and death data, and reports summarizing Valley fever outbreaks. See below for some of CDPH’​s Valley fever publications:

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