Publication

Influenza virus characterisation, December 2019

Surveillance report -

News

Update: Cluster of pneumonia cases associated with novel coronavirus – Wuhan, China – 2019

News story -

Publication

Communicable disease threats report, 5-11 January 2020, week 2

Publication -

Publication

HIV and men who have sex with men - Monitoring implementation of the Dublin Declaration on partnership to fight HIV/AIDS in Europe and Central Asia: 2018 progress report

Technical report -

Publication

Monthly measles and rubella monitoring report, January 2020

Surveillance report -

Data

Weekly influenza update, week 50, December 2019

Infographic -

Data

Target 2.2 - Reference diagnostic confirmation and pathogen identification 2018

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Data

Target 2.4 - Antimicrobial drug resistance characterisation and monitoring 2018

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Data

Target 3.2 - Active participation in EU/EEA disease networks 2018

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Data

Target 3.4 - (Re)-emerging diseases laboratory preparedness and response support 2018

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Event

Consultation on digital technologies for public health functions

24 Mar 2020 - 25 Mar 2020
Stockholm

Event

Design contest to find the first global Antibiotic Resistance Symbol

18 Nov 2019 - 31 Mar 2020

Event

World AIDS Day 2019 - Taking a closer look: HIV in women in Europe

1 Dec 2019

Event

European Scientific Conference on Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (ESCAIDE 2019)

27 Nov 2019 - 29 Nov 2019
Brewery Conference Centre, Stockholm, Sweden.

Active threats and outbreaks

COVID-19
Following the first reports of cases of acute respiratory syndrome in the Chinese Wuhan municipality at the end of December 2019Chinese authorities have identified a novel coronavirus as the main causative agent. Cases have now been detected in several countries in Asia, but also in Australia, Europe and North America. Latest updates

Ebola virus disease in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 
Cases have been declining in the last few weeks, with more recent cases restricted to rural, hard-to-reach communities instead of the urban areas where the hot spots were previously located. Find out more