Threats and outbreaks of zoonotic influenza diseases
Disease threats and outbreaks reports; Communicable disease threats report, Risk assessments.
Toolkit for investigation of cases of avian influenza
A reference document for responding to human cases of influenza A/H5N1.
ECDC in the field (Ebola missions to West Africa)
As reinforcement to help fight Ebola in the affected West African countries, during the 2013-2016 outbreak, the ECDC deployed epidemiologists to support surveillance and response in Guinea.
Communicable disease threats reports on avian influenza viruses
The ECDC Communicable Disease Threats Report (CDTR) is a weekly bulletin for epidemiologists and health professionals on active public health threats.
Epidemiological updates on avian influenza viruses
Situation updates on a currently evolving outbreak or a public health threat. The epidemiological updates typically contain a description of case numbers, temporal and geographic distribution, as well as age and sex distribution. It can also include information on the identified or potential risk factors and assessments.
Risk assessments on avian influenza viruses
Rapid risk/outbreaks assessment aim at supporting the countries and the European Commission in their preparedness and response to a public health threat. They provide a timely summary and risk assessment of a public health threat for EU/EEA countries related to a specific event. They also include potential options for response. As outbreaks or public health events develop, ECDC may issue updated risk assessments.
Novel avian influenza A(H7N9) virus outbreak
In 2013, a novel avian influenza A(H7N9) virus was detected in patients in China and cases are still being reported. No autochthonous cases have been reported outside China. Most cases are isolated, and sporadic zoonotic transmission from poultry to humans is the most likely explanation for the outbreak.
ECDC Threat Reports app - direct access to key updates and reports on disease threats of concern to the EU
Free and open access application that gives you direct access to key updates and reports on communicable disease threats of concern to the EU on your mobile device. The application is free to use and can be accessed by anyone. ECDC partners can access additional reports by logging in with their ECDC credentials.