Russian diplomat Vladimir Yermakov said Moscow and London will "propose to consider several ideas on further promotion of the concept of mobile biomedical teams."
This report provides specific guidance to medica examiners, death investigators, and public health officials. This report can help bridge gaps that exist in local terrorism preparedness and response planning.
Cholera still affects 47 countries across the globe resulting in an estimated 2.86 million cases and 95,000 deaths per year worldwide.
This report discusses technologies or categories of technologies that, with further scientific attention and investment could help make the world better prepared and equipped to prevent future infectious disease outbreaks from becoming catastrophic events.
The Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Plan (FAD PReP)—Disease Response Strategy: African Swine Fever (2013) provides strategic guidance for responding to an animal health emergency caused by African swine fever (ASF) in the United States.
The Red Cross and Red Crescent are working hard to contain Democratic Republic of Congo’s 10th Ebola outbreak, with a special focus on breaking the deadly virus’ chain of transmission.
Use of fractional-dose vaccination in mass vaccination campaigns presents an opportunity to compare the safety of fractional-dose and full-dose yellow fever vaccines — particularly rates of rare, serious adverse events such as vaccine-associated neurotropic and viscerotropic disease.
There were 54 cases and 33 deaths over roughly four months in the recent Bikoro outbreak. As of August 14, there were 73 confirmed and probable cases and 43 deaths in the current North Kivu outbreak, and the case count is rising steadily.
Federal, state and local agencies came together recently in Albuquerque to host an animal husbandry and biosecurity exercise to prepare responders for a potential emergency incident involving livestock in New Mexico.
The UK biological security strategy draws together for the first time the work taking place across government to protect the UK and its interests from significant biological risks, no matter how these occur and no matter who or what they affect.