12 Feb 2018
Hepatitis A vaccine recommendations and dose sparing advice for pre and post exposure immunisation and boosting from Public Health England Read more
14 Jun 2018
Public Health England publishes update to Immunisation against infectious disease (Green Book) Yellow fever chapter online on 14 June 2018 Read more
12 Jun 2018
The Japanese encephalitis chapter in the Green Book (Immunisation against infectious diseases) has been updated Read more
08 Jun 2018
Important reminder about good food, water and personal hygiene Read more
18 May 2018
Update on case numbers and advice for travellers Read more
16 May 2018
An update on the polio Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) Read more
15 May 2018
Risk areas expanded to include the entire States of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul (south Brazil) Read more
15 Jun 2018 Cameroon
As of 14 June 2018, three suspected cholera cases, one confirmed, have been reported. All three cases are thought to have consumed food from Nigeria prior to onset of symptoms. The last notable cholera outbreak in Cameroon was reported in 2014, in the same region.
15 Jun 2018 Idaho. United States
As of 12 June 2018, a case of plague has been confirmed in a child. This is the first case of human plague reported in Idaho since 1992. It is not known whether exposure occurred in Idaho or during a recent trip to Oregon, as plague is found in wildlife in both states.
15 Jun 2018
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The yellow fever outbreak first reported in September 2017 continues, with a total of 1903 suspected yellow cases listed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control. Confirmed cases have been recorded in ten states and all states have reported suspected cases. As of 3 June 2018, a total of 46 positive samples have been confirmed by the Pasteur Institute of Dakar in Senegal.
13 Jun 2018 Bulgaria
As of 10 June 2018, the first confirmed occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus A(H5N8) has been reported in farm birds.
12 Jun 2018 Kenya
As of 8 June 2018, a total of 10 suspected Rift Valley fever (RVF) cases, including five deaths have been reported in Wajir County (North East). One blood sample has tested positive for RVF, further samples from other patients are being analysed. Four counties, Kitui, Wajir, Kadjiado and Marsabit, have been reporting high numbers of deaths and abortions among livestock including camels and goats.
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NaTHNaC, the National Travel Health Network & Centre, a UK government organisation which produces travel health guidance for healthcare professionals advising travellers and for travellers going overseas from the UK Read more