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EpiWatch: Epidemic Intelligence in Northern Europe

On these pages we publish news about outbreaks of communicable diseases from the Nordic and Baltic countries and the Russian Federation, based on reports on official web-pages, reports from our network, mass media, and other sources. We also give updates on surveillance data.

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM of the III Symposium with international participation «Human papillomavirus infection and cancer: epidemiology, clinical features, diagnostics, vaccination"

[28.05.14]

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM of the III Symposium with international participation «Human papillomavirus infection and cancer: epidemiology, clinical features, diagnostics, vaccination", St. Petersburg, Russia, 5-6 June 2014


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Meningococcal infection in 2014 in Brest oblast, Belarus

[14.05.14]

As of 5 May 2014 the Centre for Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health in Brest oblast reported an increase of meningococcal infection. There were 3 cases of meningococcal infection reported between January and March 2014, including one death.


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III symposium with international participants "HPV INFECTION AND CANCER: EPIDEMIOLOGY, CLINICAL FEATURES, DIAGNOSIS, VACCINATION" 5 – 6 of June 2014, St. Petersburg, Russia

[29.04.14]
Dear colleagues, 5-6 of June 2014 St.Petersburg Pasteur Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology will host the 3rd symposium with international participants «HPV infection and cancer: epidemiology, clinicalfeatures, diagnosis, vaccination»
Articles up to 10 pages and abstracts up to 1 page in Russian and English will be published in the "Infection and Immunity" journal (Russia). Abstracts for publication should be sent by 30 of April 2014 to Liudmila Lyalina: lyalina@pasteurorg.ru.

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Cases of botulism in Brest oblast, Republic of Belarus

[22.04.14]
As of 14 April 2014 the Centre for Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health in Brest oblast, Belarus, reported 5 cases of botulism this year in the city of Brest and districts of Ivanava and Pinsk. Four patients are still undergoing treatment.

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Outbreak of hepatitis A in Norway: the most likely source of infection is imported frozen cake

[14.04.14]
In April 2014 the Norwegian Institute of Public Health reported that nineteen of the reported cases of hepatitis A are infected with the same variant of the virus. Several of the patients related to the outbreak have eaten cake with berries that was imported from Germany.

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An outbreak of measles in Latvia

[09.04.14]

As of 4 April 2014, Center for prevention and control ofdiseases of Latvia reported an outbreak of measles. In March and April this year there were 8 cases of measles reported, mostly adults with no vaccination or with unknown vaccination status.



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Dirofilariasis in the Republic of Belarus

[09.04.14]

As of 3 April 2014, media reported that according to the RepublicanCentre for Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health, Belarus, in 2013 there was 21 case of dirofilariasis reported in the country.


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Dirofilariasis in the Republic of Belarus

[09.04.14]

As of 3 April 2014, media reported that according to the Republican Centre for Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health, Belarus, in 2013 there were 21 cases of dirofilariasis reported in the country.


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Update on an outbreak of gastroenteritis in Kaliningrad, Russia

[01.04.14]

As of 26 March 2014, Rospotrebnadzor in Kaliningrad updated information on an outbreak of intestinal infection in Kaliningrad, Russia. From 22 to 26 March 2014 in total 74 people (of these 3 children <14 years of age) sought medical help.


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An outbreak of intestinal infection in Kalinigrad, Russia

[24.03.14]

As of 23 March 2014, Rospotrebnadzor in Kaliningrad oblast, Russia reported an outbreak of intestinal infection in the city of Kaliningrad. Thirty two people sought medical help at the hospital of infectious diseases after consumption of “shawarma” produced in local market.


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