In some important infectious disease news out of Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) updated the world on the measles outbreak in Madagascar, To date, officials have reported 66,000 cases since...

In a follow-up on the measles outbreak in Clark County, WA, health officials report two additional confirmed cases , bringing the total to 61, as of Sunday. Clark County Public Health name the following...

There is an increase in measles in Vancouver, but this time it’s not in Washington state. Health officials in Vancouver, British Columbia reported eight additional measles cases during the past week. This...

In a follow-up on the measles outbreak in the Philippines, the country’s National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported a dramatic increase in measles cases and deaths...

Clark County health officials reported an additional six confirmed measles cases Saturday, bringing the outbreak total to 59 since the beginning of the year. One suspected case is still under investigation. Three...

Because of several factors to include the El Niño phenomenon, geographical conditions of the country and the natural cycle of the disease, Colombian health officials foresee continuing increases in...

Kentucky health officials reported Friday on a confirmed measles case in an unvaccinated child living in the region served by the Barren River District Health Department. The child recently traveled...

Since the beginning of the year, the island of Reunion has seen a 10-fold increase in dengue fever cases as compared to the period in 2018, according to French health officials (computer translated). From...

For the first time since Feb. 2006, the archipelago of some 17,000 islands, Indonesia reported a polio case. This week, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) said a new circulating vaccine-derived...

Hawai‘i state health officials reported the first angiostrongyliasis, or rat lungworm disease case of 2019 in an adult resident from East Hawai‘i. The individual became ill in January and was hospitalized...