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Vietnam reports lowest COVID-19 cases in 2 months, Situation basically under control nationwide

Ebola in DR Congo: Africa CDC report

Philippines: Singer and Actor, Gary Valenciano recovers from bout with dengue

Illinois reports 1st human West Nile virus death of the year

DRC: 90 young children die from unknown illness since the end of August in Kwilu

Mexico: Tamaulipas reports more than 3400 typhoid cases year to date

Mexico: Tamaulipas reports more than 3400 typhoid cases year to date

Tamaulipas state, on the west coast of Mexico and bordering Texas has reported 3,407 typhoid fever infections since the beginning of the year,according to a Expreso.press report Friday. This puts Tamaulipas at the top of cases reported in any one state, closely followed by Sinaloa state (3381).

Typhoid fever, caused by the bacterium Salmonella typhi, is a life-threatening bacterial infection. Typhoid fever is still common in the developing world, where it affects about 21 million people annually.

Salmonella typhi lives only inhumans. Persons with typhoid fever carry thebacteria intheir bloodstream andintestinal tract. In addition, a small number of persons, called carriers,recover fromtyphoid fever butcontinueto carry the bacteria. Both ill persons and carriers shed S.typhi in their feces.

CDC: All travelers to Pakistan are at risk of getting XDR typhoid fever

You can get typhoid fever if youeat foodor drinkbeveragesthat have been handled by a person who issheddingS. typhi or if sewage contaminated with S. typhi bacteria gets into the water you use for drinking or washing food. Therefore, typhoid fever is morecommonin areas of the world where handwashing is less frequent and water is likely to be contaminated with sewage.

Samoa goes on 2-day lockdown to vaccinate, Falls short of goals

NJ Rep. Chris Smith: Amendment directs the GAO to probe whether the DOD ever weaponized ticks with Lyme disease

Florida reports 1st SARS-CoV-2 positive ferret in the US

Norovirus identified in Georgetown outbreak

Salmonella outbreak grows rapidly over past few weeks

Lee County, FL reports two additional Vibrio vulnificus cases

New York City reports 14 leptospirosis cases, one death in 2021

Ohio reports second swine flu case of 2021

Quezon City Religious of the Virgin Mary: Eight nuns die from COVID-19

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Vietnam reports lowest COVID-19 cases in 2 months, Situation basically under control nationwide

Ebola in DR Congo: Africa CDC report

Philippines: Singer and Actor, Gary Valenciano recovers from bout with dengue

Illinois reports 1st human West Nile virus death of the year

DRC: 90 young children die from unknown illness since the end of August in Kwilu

Psittacosis outbreak in Lishui City, Zhejiang Province

Bangladesh dengue fever tally tops 20,000

Pakistan: 5% of blood donors in Sindh were positive for one or more infectious disease

Pakistan dengue numbers rise as hospital bed shortages are reported

Los Angeles reports 120 leptospirosis cases in dogs since April

COVID-19 pandemic led to stark rise in depressive and anxiety disorders globally in 2020

Portugal achieves 85% complete vaccination, 1st country to reach target

Japan reports an additional 900 syphilis cases in past month

Outbreak News This Week 10-9-2021: Polio in Ukraine and other news

Bangladesh adds additional Nipah virus case/death to 2020 tally

Bolivia: Nearly 7 million people have been vaccinated against COVID-19

Plasmodium vivax, the second most common malaria parasite, takes unrealized toll on human health

Sweden and Norway pause use of Moderna vaccine due to Myocarditis risk

Florida declares hepatitis A outbreak over

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