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Travel Health Notices

Chikungunya: Global Update
June 26, 2015 14:48 EST
Outbreaks of chikungunya have become increasingly frequent since local transmission was reported for the first time in the Caribbean in December 2013. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Dengue Fever: Global Update
June 26, 2015 14:47 EST
Outbreaks of dengue fever have become increasingly frequent over the past 25 years. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

WHO temporary polio vaccine recommendations
June 26, 2015 14:44 EST
Consult the travel health notice for more information on the temporary polio vaccination recommendations from the World Health Organization and for the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Zika virus infection in Brazil
June 26, 2015 14:41 EST
Brazil continues to reporthas recently reported cases of Zika virus infection in several states. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)
June 10, 2015 16:28 EST
Since April 2012, cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) have been identified in the Middle East. Several other countries have also reported cases in individuals who have either travelled to the Middle East or have had contact with an ill individual who had.

Meningococcal disease in Niger
May 29, 2015 14:43 EST
Niger’s Ministry of Public Health is reporting a rapidly growing outbreak of meningoccocal disease caused by serogroup C. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations.

Zika virus infection in Brazil
May 28, 2015 14:52 EST
Brazil has recently reported cases of Zika virus infection in the states of Bahia, Rio Grande do Norte and São Paulo. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations.

Ebola virus disease in Liberia
May 25, 2015 14:33 EST
On May 9, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared an end to the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in Liberia. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Ebola virus disease in Guinea
May 25, 2015 14:32 EST
The outbreak in Guinea has been ongoing since March 2014 and some multiple areas continue to be affected. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Ebola virus disease in Sierra Leone
May 25, 2015 14:31 EST
Some districts in Sierra Leone continue to be have been affected by this outbreak. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Earthquake in Nepal
May 15, 2015 15:45 EST
On April 25, 2015, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake occurred in central Nepal and was felt throughout Northern India, Western China (Tibet), Bangladesh, Bhutan and Pakistan. Aftershocks are still occurring, with some reaching 6.6-magnitude, and may be felt for weeks. The earthquake also triggered avalanches on Mount Everest. Several thousand deaths and many more injuries have been reported in Nepal. Deaths are also being reported from India, China and Bangladesh.

Hepatitis A in Mexico
May 06, 2015 14:52 EST
There have been a number of cases of Hepatitis A reported among travellers from the United States who travelled to Tulum, Mexico. The dates of travel ranged from February 15, 2015 to March 20, 2015. Consult the travel health notice for more information and the Public Health Agency of Canada's recommendations for travellers.

Earthquake in Nepal
May 01, 2015 15:20 EST
On April 25, 2015, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake occurred in central Nepal and was felt throughout Northern India, Western China (Tibet), Bangladesh, Bhutan and Pakistan. Aftershocks are still occurring, with some reaching 6.6-magnitude, and may be felt for weeks.

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