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Cholera death toll rises in Haiti  The death toll from the current cholera epidemic in Haiti has exceeded 500 U.N.: Cholera in Haiti's capital 'worrying' Map of Port-Au-Prince Haiti  The confirmation of five cases in Haiti's capital is a 'very worrying development'. In Port-au-Prince tens of thousands of are still living in tent cities Haiti cholera outbreak 'slowing'   Health officials have said there are signs that the cholera outbreak in central Haiti may be stabilising Cholera death toll jumps in Haiti  The death toll from a outbreak has leapt past 250. More than 3,000 people were infected. Five cases of cholera were detected in the capital Cholera reaches Haiti's capital   The first cases are detected and isolated in Port-au-Prince, raising fears over an outbreak that has killed more than 200 people Haiti cholera outbreak kills 138
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B. 2017-01-25 Brazil orders 11.5 million yellow fever vaccine doses Brazil
2. 2016-06-14 Zika virus: Risk of spread from Olympics 'very low' says WHO Rio de Janeiro
3. 2016-05-27 Zika crisis: WHO rejects 'move Rio Olympics' call Rio de Janeiro
4. 2016-05-06 Puerto Rico baseball games moved due to players' Zika fears Puerto Rico
F. 2016-05-01 Zika virus: Risk higher than first thought, say doctors Brazil
G. 2016-03-19 Zika: Panama has 'first microcephaly case outside Brazil' Panama
H. 2016-02-03 Zika virus: 'War' declared on deadly mosquitoes Brazil
2016-02-01 Zika: WHO declares global emergency South America
J. 2016-01-30 Zika: Colombia cases in pregnant women double in a week Colombia

Zika: Colombia cases in pregnant women double in a week Zika: Activists in Brazil to petition court to allow abortions   A Brazilian group of lawyers, activists and scientists is to ask the country's supreme court to allow abortions for women with the Zika virus Zika: Brazil to deploy army in fight against virus Zika: Olympics plans announced by Rio authorities Zika virus travel warnings spread to Africa and Oceania Zika outbreak: More babies born with birth defects   New figures from Brazil show a further rise in the number of babies born with abnormally small heads to mothers infected with the Zika virus Opossum germs 'kill 17 babies in Venezuela hospital' 2 babies die, dozens hospitalized after vaccination Superbug found in Rio Olympic waters Cuban doctor returns home after Ebola treatment Mosquito-borne virus disrupting life in Jamaica Haiti official says 14 cases of chikungunya found Mosquito-borne virus arrives in Dominican Republic 45 people lynched amid cholera fears  Most of them voodoo priests, have been lynched in Haiti since the beginning of epidemic by mobs blaming them for the spread of the disease   French Haiti cholera report 'inconclusive'  A French doctor's report suggests that the strain of cholera ravaging Haiti may have originated with U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal   Haiti cholera spreads over border  The Dominican Republic has detected its first case of cholera, following the outbreak of the disease in neighbouring Haiti last month Haiti cholera protests target UN Map of Cap Haitien Haiti  There have been violent protests in Haiti against peacekeepers, amid a continuing cholera epidemic that has killed more than 900 people   New UN plea for Haiti cholera aid  Medical workers expressed alarm over the increase in hospitalizations and deaths in Haiti's cholera outbreak   Haiti capital cholera fears grow Map of Port-au-Prince Haiti
Brazil orders 11.5 million yellow fever vaccine doses  Brazil's health ministry has ordered 11.5 million doses of yellow fever vaccine amid the largest outbreak of the disease in the country since 2000 Zika virus: Risk of spread from Olympics 'very low' says WHO Zika crisis: WHO rejects 'move Rio Olympics' call Puerto Rico baseball games moved due to players' Zika fears Zika virus: Risk higher than first thought, say doctors Zika: Panama has 'first microcephaly case outside Brazil' Zika virus: 'War' declared on deadly mosquitoes Zika: WHO declares global emergency
Jan.25   Brazil


year 2016 Top ^

Jun.14   Rio de Janeiro
May.27   Rio de Janeiro
May.6   Puerto Rico
May.1   Brazil
Mar.19   Panama
Feb.3   Brazil
Feb.1   South America
  A disease linked to the Zika virus in Latin America poses a global public health emergency requiring a united response, says the WHO
Jan.30   Colombia
Jan.28   Brazil
Jan.26   Brazil
Jan.23   Rio de Janeiro
Jan.22   South America
Jan.20   Brazil


year 2015 Top ^

Aug.19   Venezuela
May.11   Chiapas


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.15   Rio de Janeiro
Dec.6   Cuba
Sep.28   Jamaica
May.6   Haiti
Apr.4   Dominican Republic


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.23   Haiti
Dec.7   Haiti
Nov.16   Dominican Republic
Nov.15   Haiti
Nov.12   Haiti
Nov.8   Haiti
  A doctor in Haiti's capita has seen cases of suspected cholera, sparking fears that the epidemic has spread to the city

Nov.6   Haiti
Oct.24   Haiti
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Oct.23   Haiti
Oct.22   Haiti
  The death toll from a cholera outbreak in Haiti has risen to more than 150 confirmed deaths
 All the reported cases are in the Artibonite and Central Plateau regions. Hospitals overflowed with people rushing to get help from the fast-moving outbreak
Oct.15   Chile   31 of 33 miners released from hospital   All but two of the 33 miners rescued after more than two months underground have been released from the Regional Hospital

year 2009 Top ^

May.2   Mexico   Mexico plea as virus 'stabilises'  Mexico appealed for fair treatment towards its citizens and products, as officials there said the swine flu outbreak could be stabilising Apr.30   Mexico   Mexico shuts down to control flu
  Mexico is beginning a 5-day shutdown of parts of its economy in a bid to slow the spread.    Non-essential government ...
Apr.28   Mexico   City shuts down venues due to swine flu   About 35,000 public venues in Mexico City were shut down or told to serve only takeout meals as officials tried to contain a deadly outbrea...   Mexico   152 swine flu deaths  Governments and health officials around the world continued to take steps against the outbreak that has killed scores of people in Mexico Apr.25   Mexico Suspected Mexico flu toll hits 81   Mexico WHO: Mexico flu 'a potential pandemic'   The presence of swine flu in Mexico and the U.S. is 'a serious situation' that could develop into a pandemic Apr.24   Mexico 'Swine flu' kills 60 Map of Mexico City Mexico
  The World Health Organization says it suspects flu has killed 60 people and infected 800 others; majority of the cases were in the capital
 The new virus strain is a type of influenza A (H1N1) virus, commonly called the swine flu. By the end of April, 300 schools had closed across the U.S. and the Mexican government ordered a multi-day shutdown of all non-essential activities in the government and private sector, amounting to a shutdown of most of the economy


year 2008 Top ^

Apr.3   Brazil Thousands hit by outbreak of dengue


year 2007 Top ^

Sep.18   Peru Scores ill in 'meteor crash'


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