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The Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) says the number of imported Zika virus cases has reached 16 since March, according to a Le Matin report (computer translated), although officials say the...

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Health officials in Catalonia, Spain reported a case of Zika-linked microcephaly in a newborn, according to a statement Thursday (computer translated). The announcement states: There are 39 cases of...

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More than 16 percent of passengers onboard the Fred Olsen Cruises ship, Balmoral, have been stricken with gastrointestinal illness caused by norovirus. 159 of the approximately 1400 passengers and crew...

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In a follow-up to a report in March, London has seen over 60 cases of measles in the last two months in a period when there would usually be fewer than 10. With 48 of these cases in those aged 15 or over,...

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In a follow-up to two news stories in Wales–the cryptosporidium and the hepatitis A outbreaks–Public Health Wales Outbreak Control Team investigating cases of cryptosporidium associated with...

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In a follow-up to a report on a secondary Lassa fever case in a German funeral home worker, health officials report the patient has fully recovered and been discharged from hospital in Frankfurt. The...

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Public health officials in Catelonia, Spain are reporting that 4136 people were sickened with norovirus linked to tainted bottled water since the first cases reported symptoms two weeks ago. Health officials...

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For the second time this year, Russian health authorities have reported an imported Zika virus case in a traveler to the Caribbean country of Dominican Republic. The first case was reported in February. According...

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Wales health officials, along with Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Caerphilly Council Borough Council, are investigating an outbreak of hepatitis A in the Caerphilly area. There are four cases...

The European Region is the first in the world to have achieved interruption of indigenous malaria transmission. The number of indigenous malaria cases dropped from 90 712 in 1995 to zero cases in 2015....