The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Australia has eliminated rubella.
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A 30-per-cent rise in tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) in Switzerland this year has prompted health authorities to consider broadening vaccination recommendations against the disease.
Government data has found the epidemic has reached a total number of cases of 2,192 and has caused 12 deaths.
The polio outbreak warning has been updated in five countries: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Somalia and Syria.
As many as 140 people in the Indian city of Jaipur have been infected with Zika virus, the biggest outbreak that the country has seen to date.
A sharp increase in cases of rubella in Japan has prompted a warning from health authorities.
Tour operator Tui is facing group legal action from a number of British holidaymakers who became ill during trips to Mexico’s Riviera Maya region back in 2016.
Following a meeting of an expert advisory, it has been determined that the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is not a global emergency.
WHO experts will meet today to determine whether the current Ebola outbreak in eastern DRC constitutes a global health emergency.
A human case of West Nile virus has been reported in Corsica, France after the individual visited the island on holiday.