Infectious disease outbreaks currently being reported on by CDC. Listings include those outbreaks for which content is currently published on the CDC website.
Recent investigations reported on CDC.gov
- Rose Acre Farms Shell Eggs - Salmonella Announced April 2018
- Romaine Lettuce – E. coli O157:H7 Infections Announced April 2018
- Pet Guinea Pigs – Salmonella Announced March 2018
- Dried Coconut - Salmonella Announced March 2018
- Kratom - Salmonella Announced February 2018
- Outbreaks of hepatitis A in multiple states among people who are homeless and people who use drugs Announced March 2017
Travel Notices Affecting International Travelers
Please see the Travelers’ Health site for a complete list.
- Alert - Malaria in Brazil Announced January 2018
- Watch - Yellow Fever in Nigeria Announced January 2018
- Alert - Yellow Fever in Brazil Announced January 2018
- Watch - Measles in Serbia Announced January 2018
- Watch - Measles in Greece Announced December 2017
- Watch - Plague in Madagascar Announced December 2017
- Watch - 2018 Winter Olympics (PyeongChang 2018) Announced November 2017
Further Sources for Content about Specific Outbreaks
- Multistate Foodborne Outbreaks – Foodborne outbreaks listed by year
- Health Alert Network – Health alerts, health advisories, updates, and info service messages. Designed for public health and medical communities.
- Recent Outbreaks and Incidents – Events involving the CDC Emergency Operations Center
- Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report – Outbreak investigation reports included among other content. Note that outbreak material includes state health department investigations. Designed for public health and medical communities.
- Hepatitis A Outbreaks – This list represents hepatitis A outbreak investigations since 2013 where CDC supported or led the investigation.
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- Page last reviewed: December 8, 2017
- Page last updated: May 15, 2018
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- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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