The BBC has reported that an emergency has been declared in Zimbabwe, with the country struggling with its worst outbreak of cholera in a decade.
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As of September 11, around 29 people had been treated with new experimental Ebola drugs, 14 of whom have recovered.
Following the identification of the first ever case of monkeypox in England earlier this month, health officials have said that a second person has been identified with the infection.
According to news reports in Turkey, the southeast of the country has been hit by a new outbreak of anthrax.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh in the UK have found that bacteria that were thought to be resistant to a powerful antibiotic may actually be susceptible to treatment.
Experts have agreed that the risk of international spread of poliovirus continues to constitute a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
According to news reports, the Republic of the Congo is launching a vaccination drive in response to an outbreak of yellow fever. It is reported that so far this year there have been more than 180 suspected cases and one confirmed case of the virus.
UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) in the US has highlighted that the recent news about an international tourist with measles who visited Santa Monica has underlined the potential risk of an outbreak of the disease.
The South African authorities have reviewed the risk areas for malaria transmission in the country, which has resulted in changes to guidance for UK travellers.
The Guardian has reported that Europe faces a growing threat of tropical disease outbreaks as temperatures increase.