In the week ending on November 30, the number of countries affected by cholera is decreasing, while the number of countries affected by measles and yellow fever is increasing

 

Week 45 Week 46 Week 47 Week 48
Cholera Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe

 

Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania. Zimbabwe Angola, Cameroon, DRC, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania. Zimbabwe Angola, cameroon, drc, niger, nigeria, south africa, tanzania, zimbabwe
Measles Chad, DRC, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Nigeria, Uganda Chad, DRC, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Nigeria, Uganda Chad, DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Nigeria, Uganda Chad, drc, ethiopia, guinea, Kenya, Liberia, madagascar, mali, mauritius, nigeria, uganda
Monkeypox Central African Republic. DRC, Nigeria Central African Republic, DRC, Nigeria Central African Republic, DRC, Nigeria Central African republic, drc, Nigeria
Hepatitis e Central African Republic, Namibia, South Sudan Central African Republic, Namibia, South Sudan Central African Republic, Namibia, South Sudan Central African republic, Namibia, south sudan
Polio DRC, Niger, Nigeria DRC, Niger, Nigeria DRC, Niger, Nigeria Drc, niger, nigeria
Dengue Mauritania, Senegal, Seychelles Mauritania, Senegal, Seychelles Mauritania, Senegal, Seychelles Mauritania, senegal, seychelles
Rif valley fever Uganda Uganda Mauritania, Uganda Mauritania, uganda
Yellow fever Central African Republic, DRC, Nigeria Central African Republic, DRC, Nigeria Central African Republic, DRC, Ethiopia, Nigeria Central African Republic, drc, Ethiopia, Nigeria, south sudan

 

see: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/276298/OEW48-2430112018.pdf