11 Jan 2017 Sao Paulo. Brazil

During 2016, outbreaks in non-human primates have been confirmed in the municipalities of Ribeirão Preto (Jaboticabal, Monte Alto, and Ribeirão Preto); Barretos (Cajobi and Severínea), and São José do Rio Preto (Pindorama, Potirendaba, Catanduva, Ibira, Adolfo, Catiguá, and São José do Rio Preto). In addition, on 4 January 2017, the death of a monkey infected with yellow fever was confirmed in Fernandopolis, State of São Paulo.

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15 Dec 2016 Brazil

Between July 2014 and September 2016, a total of 13 human cases were confirmed in the following states Goiás [8], Pará [2], Mato Grosso do Sul [1], São Paulo [1] and Amazonas [1]. 34 epizootic cases (non-human) were reported in Goiás [12], Federal District [8], Tocantins [7], Minas Gerais [5], Pará [1] and Unknown [1].

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17 Jun 2016 Sao Paulo. Brazil

As of 16 June 2016, a sporadic fatal yellow fever case in São Paulo state has been confirmed. The case did not have a history of yellow fever vaccination.

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