The number of chikungunya cases in the Central American country has risen to nearly 30,000 since the mosquito borne virus was first detected there in June, according to a Reuters report today. El Salvador’s head...

With newly reported indigenous chikungunya cases in Brazil and Colombia, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) added the two South American countries to an updated travel notice today. According...

The number of autochthonous chikungunya cases in the Latin Caribbean, which includes the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, Martinique, Puerto Rico and four other countries, has gone over the 700,000 case...

Just days after the Brazil Ministry of Health reported their first locally acquired chikungunya cases in the northern region of Amapa, authorities in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia confirmed...

The number of two mosquito borne diseases have been growing in recent weeks, putting the 2014 numbers above what was seen last year. The Venezuelan Health Ministry has been seeing more than 2,000 dengue...

Guatemala has become the second Central American country (El Salvador has reported more than 16,000 cases) as health officials have reported their first cases since the epidemic hit the Western hemisphere...

The number of autochthonous, or locally acquired chikungunya cases increased by more than 50,000, according to new data published by the Pan American Health Organization Friday. The new tally stands...

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The Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) is urging member countries that have mosquitoes that transmit dengue and chikungunya to step up their vector-control efforts and...

A dengue outbreak has hit the city of Nuevo Laredo in the State of Tamaulipas, across the Rio Grande from the US city of Laredo, Texas, according to a RSOE EDIS report today. It is reported that at...

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Medicines to treat one million people – or nearly one in 10 Haitians – have arrived at Direct Relief’s warehouse in Port-au-Prince as the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus continues to spread throughout...