Current Zika transmission worldwide
Information on Zika transmission is useful to evaluate the risk for people who have recently returned from or are planning to travel to countries with active local transmission.
Zika transmission in South East Asia
The information on current Zika transmission is useful to evaluate the risk for people who have recently returned from or are planning to travel to countries with active local transmission.
Zika transmission in past nine months
Countries and territories worldwide with reported confirmed autochthonous vector-borne transmission of Zika virus infection in the past nine months. The information is provided to aid diagnosis for returning travellers, especially pregnant women
Rapid risk assessment: Severe respiratory disease associated with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), 18th update, 30 June 2015
This update was prompted by the epidemic of confirmed MERS cases reported from South Korea in light of an upcoming international sports event (Universiade), as well as the identification of a travel-related MERS case in Thailand.
Unusual increase in reported cases of paratyphoid A fever among travellers returning from Cambodia
Unusual increase in reported cases of Paratyphoid A fever among travellers returning from Cambodia, January to September 2013
Tourdjman, M., Le Hello, S., Gossner, C., Delmas, G., Tubiana, S., Fabre, L., Kerléguer, A., Tarantola, A., Fruth, A., Friesema, I., Thorstensen Bral, L., Lawrence, J., Fisher, I., Dufour, M., Weill, F. X., de Valk, H.,
Severe Plasmodium knowlesi malaria in a tertiary care hospital in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo
56 adult patients with PCR confirmed P. knowlesi malaria from Sabah are described. 22 (39%) of these had strictly defined severe malaria including respiratory distress, acute renal failure and shock.
Epidemiology of travel-associated pandemic (H1N1) 2009 infection in 116 patients, Singapore
In June 2009, during Singapore's pandemic influenza plan containment phase, pandemic (H1N1) 2009 was introduced into the country through imported cases.