Bangladesh: Rohingya Emergency Response EWARS Epidemiological Bulletin W24 2019, 21 June 2019

from Government of Bangladesh, World Health Organization
Published on 21 Jun 2019 View Original


▪ Evaluation for EWARS surveillance system is on going.

▪ WHO has successfully completed second joint assessment team (JAT) team training among health and WASH sector partners.

▪ Acute respiratory infection (ARI), diarrheal diseases & unexplained fever are the diseases with highest proportional morbidity in last week

▪ Acute respiratory infection (ARI) still showing increasing trend but no noteworthy changes in trends of other diseases and syndromes.

▪ Acute watery diarhhoea (AWD) situation in the camps remain unchanged.