Bangladesh: Rohingya Emergency Response EWARS Epidemiological Bulletin W46 2018, 21 November 2018

from Government of Bangladesh, World Health Organization
Published on 21 Nov 2018 View Original


• Acute respiratory infection, acute watery diarrhoea and unexplained fever were reported with the highest proportional morbidity in last week.

• WHO continues to conducted field investigations for all AWD alerts.

• EWARS refresher training began on 18 November and will undertake 6 sessions for until 29 November for partners with the aim of improving the quality of EWARS reporting.

• No notable changes in trends of other diseases and syndromes.