Between October 30 and November 3, there were 41 new cases and three deaths - a decline from the 238 cases and 12 deaths recorded the week prior.
A World Health Organization (WHO) spokesman confirmed media reports that both deaths and new cases were declining and most hospitalized patients had recovered.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released funds and sent experts and supplies to Madagascar, while supporting neighboring countries to reduce the risk of regional spread.
Marine officials said approximately 214 recruits are symptomatic of E.coli exposure.
The O-type strain of the disease was found in 30 pigs on a farm in Huizhou city.
The State Commissioner of Health stressed that two of the confirmed cases were not fresh cases, but older cases that had been unconfirmed.
Eleven Nigerian states have been affected by monkeypox, with 94 reported cases.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has treated more than 18,000 cholera patients across Democratic Republic of Congo this year.
The present monkeypox outbreak makes it the 46th year since Nigeria first experienced monkeypox, but the country is yet to have a laboratory for treating the virus.
At least 76 cases of suspected and confirmed leptospirosis, have been reported since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico.