28 September 2023
Anthrax was confirmed in all eight people hospitalized in Voronezh from the Bogucharsky district of the region, where two foci of the disease were identified
Rosselkhoznadzor confirmed meat infected with anthrax at the local marker in Voronezh
In the capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, three cases of infection, presumably bubonic plague, have been identified, the National Center for the Study of Zoonotic Infections said
2 month ago
Four residents of the Republic of Tyva were diagnosed with anthrax
4 month ago
The World Health Organization said Friday that COVID19 no longer qualifies as a global emergency
Symptoms of anthrax revealed in one more, third, resident of Chuvashia - Ministry of Health of the region
6 month ago
World Health Organization: We call on China for more transparency to know the origin of the Coronavirus
The Ugandan government and the World Health Organization declare the Ebola outbreak over
Six million people in China's 'iPhone city' are now under Covid lockdown after clashes between police and workers furious over pay.  Fresh images of protests have been emerging Friday in Zhengzhou, home to the world's largest iPhone factory10 month ago
Six million people in China's 'iPhone city' are now under Covid lockdown after clashes between police and workers furious over pay. Fresh images of protests have been emerging Friday in Zhengzhou, home to the world's largest iPhone factory
10 month ago
UK health officials investigating possible Ebola case in Colchester - Telegraph
MSF reports 12 cholera cases in Dagahaley camp, Dadaab refugee complex, Kenya. Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) efforts in the camps need to be ramped up to improve the current dire living conditions as more people arrive in the camps
10 month ago
At least one person has died, according to the CDC, and 13 others have been hospitalized
The Lebanese Ministry of Health announces the registration of 10 new cases of cholera
WHO: Lebanon is vulnerable to cholera, and this is being aggravated by the prolonged economic situation and scarce access to clean water and proper sanitation services across the country; health care system iis already strained due to the current economic and social crises,
11 month ago
China's Zhengzhou puts the Airport Economy Zone, which includes Foxconn's iPhone factory, on COVID lockdown
11 month ago
Uganda begins temperature screening at all border crossings to prevent Ebola spread
Lebanese Minister of Health: The cholera epidemic has spread from Syria to Lebanon in the absence of basic services from refugee camps
The Lebanese Minister of Health: There is an increase in cholera cases, and deaths have been recorded
MSF: There are currently 29 countries experiencing cholera outbreaks—an unusually high number including Haiti and Syria. This unprecedented rise in cases is due to climate factors like floods, droughts, conflict,forced displacement as there is often limited access to clean water
Ugandan Health announces the first case of Ebola virus in the capital
11 month ago
WHO issues global alert over India-made cough syrups which could be linked to the deaths of 66 children in The Gambia
US says its "ready and willing" to assist Uganda with its Ebola outbreak
U.S. will redirect travelers from Uganda to 5 airports to screen them for Ebola - Bloomberg
1 year ago
New cases of "cholera" were recorded in northern Syria. and the "Civil Defense" warns of the outbreak of the epidemic
WHO: Controlling the cholera epicenter in Syria is not the responsibility of the Ministry of Health alone, but of all international agencies
AANES Health Board: NE_Syria's regions recorded 15 confirmed cases of cholera
1 year ago
China extends Covid-19 lockdown in Chengdu to continue 'assault for zero community spread'
1 year ago
First confirmed positive case of monkeypox virus in the Harris County jail. The male inmate was booked on 8-15-22 without complaints. In accordance with our COVID protocols, the male was placed in temporary quarantine. He was in quarantine when we learned of 1/2
Karnataka reports 1268 fresh #COVID19 cases, 1229 recoveries and 6 deaths in the last 24 hours. Active cases 10,541
A measles outbreak in Zimbabwe has killed 157 children, with the death toll nearly doubling in just under a week, according to the country's information minister
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