In a follow-up on the paratyphoid outbreak in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, The district health board now puts the case count at 10 with a number of other cases being tested with results still pending. Health...

In a follow-up to the measles outbreak in Melbourne, Australia, the number of cases have risen to eleven in Victoria in the last two weeks. Health officials believe there may be additional cases upcoming. Measles...

There have been five confirmed cases of measles notified in Victoria in the last two weeks. Two initial cases acquired their illness locally, the third case was infected in Romania, and two new cases,...

The number of people sickened with paratyphoid fever in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand has grown to six, according to the latest information from the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board. All the...

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Auckland Auckland, New Zealand is seeing the most mumps cases in a single year in more than two decades. According to the Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS), 311 confirmed and probable...

NSW Health has launched an investigation into a hepatitis A outbreak following confirmation of 12 cases in the past five weeks alone in Sydney and surrounding areas. Dr Vicky Sheppeard, Director Communicable...

NSW Health is renewing calls to people suffering from gastroenteritis to stay home and follow medical advice after a spate of outbreaks in aged care facilities and childcare centres. There were 39 outbreaks...

Western Australians are being alerted to a spike in the number of measles cases in Perth, caused by local transmission. WA Health Medical Coordinator Prevention and Control Program, Professor Paul Effler...

The Samoan Ministry of Health issued a dengue fever alert after two dozen cases were reported, including two suspected dengue-related deaths. Health officials were notified of severely ill cases from...