For more than twenty years, rates of campylobacteriosis in Scandinavia have been 50% above those of Europe as a whole. . During 1995 to 2000, approximately 20-to-60 cases per 100,000 were reported in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden; increasing to 60-to-100 cases per 100,000 during 2010 to 2018.  Similar regional trends have been reported for EHEC (enterohemorrhagic E. coli) infection; while rates of yersiniosis have been decreasing.
Sweden = Laboratory reports other countries = Cases
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