Research and analysis

High consequence infectious diseases: monthly summaries

These reports detail high consequence infectious disease (HCID) events that are detected during PHE's epidemic intelligence activities.

Documents

Global high consequence infectious disease events: summary April 2018

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Global high consequence infectious disease events: summary March 2018

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Global high consequence infectious disease events: summary February 2018

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Global high consequence infectious disease events: summary January 2018

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Public Health England (PHE) produces a monthly report that provides detailed updates on known HCID events around the world. HCIDs are characterised by acute infectious illness, ability to spread person-to-person, high case-fatality rate, difficulty in rapid recognition and detection, lack of effective treatments and the need for co-ordination at the national level to appropriately respond. The purpose of this report is simply to raise awareness.

Published 16 February 2018
Last updated 16 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added April 2018 summary.
  2. Added March 2018 summary.
  3. Added February 2018 summary.
  4. First published.