The situation in week 51 was not terribly different from what it was a week earlier. DRC is still trying to contain the ebola outbreak that has so far killed 347 people, the number of countries in which cholera, measles. monkeypox, hepatitis e, dengue are monitored has remained unchanged.

The number of countries in which yellow fever is monitored has decreased, while the number of countries in which polio outbreaks are monitored has increased.

More details can be found in the table or at the following link

 

  Week 41 Week 50 Week 51
Cholera Algeria, Angola, Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.

 

Angola, cameroon, drc, niger, nigeria, tanzania, zimbabwe Angola, cameroon, drc, niger, nigeria, tanzania, zimbabwe
Measles Chad, DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mauritius, Nigeria and Uganda. Chad, drc, ethiopia, guinea, Kenya, Liberia, mali, madagascar, mauritius, nigeria, south sudan, uganda Chad, drc, ethiopia, guinea, kenya, liberia, madagascar, mali, mauritius, nigeria, south sudan, uganda
Monkeypox Central African Republic, DRC and 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
Polio DRC, Niger, Nigeria Drc, niger, nigeria Drc, mozambique, niger, nigeria
Dengue Ethiopia, Senegal, Seychelles Mauritania, senegal, seychelles Mauritania, senegal seyclles
Rift valley fever Kenya, Uganda Mauritania Mauritania
Yellow fever DRC, Nigeria Central African republic, drc. Ethiopia, guinea, Nigeria, south sudan Central African republic, drc, guinea, Nigeria,south sudan
Lassa fever   Benin, Liberia, nigeria Benin, Liberia, nigeria