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Solve the Outbreak App

Download & Get Started Today!

If you haven't tried the app yet, now's the perfect time to get started! Scientists and experts from across CDC have put their expertise and know-how into developing a realistic, exciting app that turns your mobile tablet into its own version of CSI.

Download the free app today!

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New Outbreaks

Do you have what it takes to be a Disease Detective with honors? Solve the Outbreak. Download today!

Check out the exciting updates to CDC's Solve the Outbreak, tablet App - unlock Level 2 and Solve 4 new Outbreak Scenarios!

If you’ve been stuck as a Disease Detective, now’s your chance to unlock Level 2 and work your way through new outbreaks and earn honor awards along the way.

Achieve your Disease Detective badge by mastering Level 1 outbreaks. Then try your hand at more challenging, nail biting scenarios in Level 2. Earn individuals honor awards for your demonstrated expertise, like Surveillance honors and Medical Assessment honors.

New Features

Solve the Outbreak

New, exciting features such as:

  • New level with 4 new outbreaks
  • New sound effects and animations
  • Earn new prestigious honors awards

Fun, Interactive Peek into the World of Epidemiology

Whether you're a teen considering a career in the sciences, a teacher looking for a great new way to show epidemiology at work, or a germ nerd of any age, Solve the Outbreak is a fascinating peek into the work that real-life Disease Detectives do every day to keep us safe.

As soon as a new outbreak is suspected, you race to the scene to figure out what's happening, why, how it started, and how it's spread. Act fast and you can save a whole town, state, or even a country. Come up with the wrong answers and, well…you can always try again!

Play Solve the Outbreak on the CDC Website

  • Page last reviewed: August 18, 2014
  • Page last updated: August 18, 2014
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