Map. History of Epidemics conflict

2 December 2020
Lebanese Health Minister: Essential medicines and vaccines are running out in more than 50 first aid centers across Lebanon
Health officials warning of possible measles exposure at expanded list of SoCal locations visited by infectious person
Handful of law enforcement officers evacuated from Mauna Kea after altitude sickness
1 year ago
Several people diagnosed with anthrax at Novolaksky district of Dagestan
$13.92bn pledged for AIDS, TB, malaria fund, just below target: Macron
1 year ago
3 infants dead after bacterial infection
1 year ago
Measles patient visited Ottawa pizzeria The Grand Pizzeria and Bar on George Street on Sept. 22, Ottawa Public Health warns
Some schools in NW Indiana closed due to legionella bacteria
Lanao Del Sur: The Department of Health (DOH) on September 19 declared a polio outbreak in the Philippines, marking the return of the disease after 19 years.
1 year ago
Two counties in New York have found mosquitoes that tested positive for carrying the potentially deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis
Washington state says it will impose emergency ban on flavored products—both THC and nicotine
"Consider refraining from using e-cigarette, or vaping, products, particularly those containing THC," advises @CDCgov
Health officials warn of possible measles exposure at LAX
The CDC says 8% of us will get sickened by the flu this flu season - and thousands will die from it
At least 8 people have died in the U.S. from a rare mosquito-borne illness
Aid group Doctors Without Borders (@MSF) has accused the World Health Organization @WHO of rationing the Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of Congo1 year ago
Aid group Doctors Without Borders (@MSF) has accused the World Health Organization @WHO of rationing the Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Deadly virus detected in 3 Pennsylvania counties
1 year ago
More than 500 people have been diagnosed with vaping-related breathing illnesses, but the cause remains unknown, U.S. health officials said Thursday.​
9 positive West Nile virus samples reported in Will County
Vaping-related lung illnesses climb to 530 cases, seven deaths as CDC hunts for a cause
Mosquito-borne virus victim went from healthy to brain dead in 9 days
Waffle House customers possibly exposed to hepatitis A at South Carolina restaurant, officials say
1 year ago
Merkel: Germany stresses the importance of working to support the two-state solution
High Commissioner @mbachelet in the update on Venezuela reported the death of 4 children awaiting bone marrow transplantation, and the death of kidney patients due to lack of dialysate supplies.
A man in Oregon has died after he developed a severe lung disease that could be linked to vaping, state health officials said this week
Pres Trump formally announces $1.8-billion in federal grants to states to further fight the opioid epidemic and to help CDC gather data to assess the expanse of the problem. Pres says the programs are designed to help build a drug-free future for the US
DRCongo: UN Secretary-General Guterres arrives in Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He had just visited Goma, the capital of the province of North Kivu, which is trying to fight against an Ebola epidemic that has claimed the lives of more than 2,000 people1 year ago
DRCongo: UN Secretary-General Guterres arrives in Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He had just visited Goma, the capital of the province of North Kivu, which is trying to fight against an Ebola epidemic that has claimed the lives of more than 2,000 people
1 year ago
Uganda Kasese: 9-year-old girl dies from Ebola in Uganda - she had crossed the border into Uganda from Eastern Congo DRC
An increase of 12 measles cases in the US reported from the previous week. This is the greatest number of cases in the country since 1992 and since the disease was declared killed here in 2000, according to @CDCgov
Seven Alabama middle school students were hospitalized for heat distress symptoms after participating in an outdoor gym class.
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