Vietnam The number of dengue fever cases in Vietnam spiked by some 10,000 cases in the past week. Tran Đac Phu, head of the ministry’s preventive medicine department, said the country had recorded...

Philippines Agriculture Secretary, Emmanuel “Manny” Piñol said today on his Facebook page that two new cases of avian influenza have been confirmed by the Bureau of Animal Industry in Jaen...

Through the first seven months of the year, Vietnam has seen 80,555 dengue fever cases, an increase of 33.5 percent compared the same period in 2016. Health officials also reported five additional dengue-related...

In a follow-up to the avian influenza situation in the Philippines, Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol said to Pampanga local chief executives, poultry growers, and bird/fowl industry stakeholders Tuesday, “This...

Case count down After reporting more than 200,000 dengue fever cases in each of the last two years, some great news is being reported by Philippine public health officials. During the first six months...

Philippine health officials are closely monitoring the events surrounding an avian flu outbreak in poultry in Pampanga, as reported by the Department of Agriculture (DA). DA decided to cull around 500,000...

A 2-month old female child who lives in Guangdong Province, China was confirmed positive for A(H9N2) influenza in June, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), becoming the third case in China...

In a follow-up on a report concerning imported cholera in South Korea, The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported (computer translated) the fourth case in a traveler to the...

The Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) reported a local, fatal case of diphtheria in a Bangladeshi worker. The individual was a 21-year-old construction worker who developed fever and swelling of the...

Ha Nam province The Ha Nam Province People’s Committee declared a state of emergency on Thursday, August 3, to deal with a growing outbreak of dengue fever, spread by infected mosquitoes, with 100 cases...