African swine fever that first swept through China is now spreading across Asia.
So far in 2019, there have been seven cases of Japanese encephalitis reported in Taiwan.
The National Animal Health Centre is in the process of distributing the foot-and-mouth vaccine.
Six people have died from cholera in different parts of the country, and 316 other people have been diagnosed with the disease.
In California, rates of new cases of Valley fever rose 10 percent between 2017 and 2018,
Florida health officials have also reported positive Eastern equine encephalitis cases in one emu, one eagle, and 34 sentinel chickens from 17 counties.
China has imported and stockpiled a large amount of meat in response to an outbreak of African swine fever, and chilled storage at ports are almost full.
African swine fever was first detected in Vietnam in February and has since spread to farms in 58 of the country's 63 provinces,
Vietnam's central Quang Binh province has been hit by African swine fever in a household in the province's Minh Hoa district.
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) has appeared west of Manitoba's Red River for the first time this year.