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11 Sep 2018 description

Additional information of relevance (e.g. imported cases with travel history to Pacific Island countries and territories):  

- One (1) imported case of **dengue 2** with travel history to **Solomon Islands Islands** was reported by New Zealand ESR (Institute of Environmental Science and Research Ltd) for the period 01/09/18 to 07/09/2018. 

Other updates **since the last map was sent on PacNet on 3 September 2018** 

Polio 

04 Sep 2018 description

Autres informations utiles (cas importés/personnes ayant séjourné dans un ou plusieurs États et Territoires insulaires océaniens) :

  • Six (6) cas importés de dengue (sérotype DEN-2 : 4 cas, sérotype DEN-4: 1 cas et sérotype inconnu: 1 cas) ont été signalés par les services sanitaires du Queensland (données relatives aux maladies à déclaration obligatoire) au cours de la période du 1er janvier 2018 au 26 août 2018 (informations disponibles en ligne). Il s’agit de personnes ayant séjourné aux Fidji.

Autres relevés :

03 Sep 2018 description

Additional information of relevance (e.g. imported cases with travel history to Pacific Island countries and territories):

28 Aug 2018 description

Faits marquants intervenus depuis la diffusion de la carte précédente sur PacNet, le 20 août 2018 :

Polynésie française : L’épidémie de grippe A a été déclarée éteinte. L’alerte ne figure plus sur la carte. – Source: Bulletin de surveillance sanitaire en Polynésie Française - Semaines 31 et 32 2018, posté sur PacNet le 21 août 2018.

20 Aug 2018 description

Additional information of relevance (e.g. imported cases with travel history to Pacific Island countries and territories):

14 Aug 2018 description

Faits marquants intervenus depuis la diffusion de la carte précédente sur PacNet, le 6 août 2018 :

14 Aug 2018 description

Highlights since the last map was sent on PacNet on 6 August 2018

26 Jul 2018 description

The following syndrome was flagged this week:

  • Acute Fever and Rash: Cook Islands, Samoa, Tonga

Other Updates:

Influenza

Global influenza update as of 8 July :

19 Jul 2018 description

The following syndrome was flagged this week:

  • Acute Fever and Rash: Kiribati, Samoa, Tonga

Other Updates:

Dengue

  • Ongoing dengue serotype-2 outbreak in Kiribati. As of 16 July there have been 1435 cases including 32 hospitalisations and two deaths. The weekly number of cases is decreasing. Source: Kiribati Ministry of Health and Health Services.

13 Jul 2018 description

The following syndrome was flagged this week:

  • Acute Fever and Rash: American Samoa, Kiribati, Northern Marianna Islands, Samoa

  • Influenza-like illness: Cook Islands

Other Updates:

Adverse Event Following Immunisation:

09 Jul 2018 description

Highlights since the last map was sent on PacNet on 2 July 2018

  • 141 cases (200% increase in number) of diarrhea have been reported from Yap State, FSM. Thirteen out of the 16 tests carried out were positive for rotavirus (positivity rate of 81%). 7 cases were hospitalized and 71 cases required rehydration- Source: Yap Syndromic Surveillance Report for Epiweek 26 reported by the Department of Health Services on 6 July 2018

05 Jul 2018 description

There was no syndrome flagged this week.

Other Updates:

Dengue

  • Ongoing dengue serotype-2 outbreak in Kiribati. As of 22 June there have been 1353 cases including 30 hospitalised cases and one death.

  • Dengue serotype-1 outbreak is ongoing in Wallis and Futuna. As of 3 July there have been 188 cases including 21 hospitalisations since September 2017. For further details please refer to Patrick Lambruschini's PacNet post on 26 June 2018.

02 Jul 2018 description

A. SITUATION ANALYSIS

Description of the disaster

Tropical Cyclone (TC) Keni was initially monitored over the Pacific waters as Tropical Disturbance 13F (TD13F) analyzed far West of Fiji on the 2nd of April. TD13F, later upgraded to a tropical cyclone category 1 as it moved East South East towards Fiji.

28 Jun 2018 description

The following syndrome has been flagged: 

  • Acute Fever and Rash: Kiribati, Northern Marianna Islands, Tonga
  • Dengue-like illness: Samoa 

Other Update:

Polio