17 Jan 2018 Brazil

Between 1 July 2017 and 8 January 2018, yellow fever virus infection was confirmed in 11 patients from the states of Minas Gerais (1 death), Rio de Janeiro (1 case), São Paulo (8 cases, including 2 deaths), and the Federal District (1 death). As of 8 January 2018, 92 additional human cases were under investigation in 15 states (Bahia, Goiás, Espírito Santo, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Pará, Paraíba, Paraná, Pernambuco, Piauì, Rio Grande do Norte, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, São Paulo, and Tocantins), as well as in the Federal District. The World Health Organization has determined that, in addition to the areas listed in previous updates, the entire state of São Paulo should now be considered at risk for yellow fever transmission.

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15 Jan 2018 Sao Paulo. Brazil

As of 8 January 2018, seven human cases with four deaths have been confirmed in the municipalities of Mairipora, Itatiba, Nazare Paulista, and Jundiai, Sao Paulo State, in September-December 2017. A total of 347 cases in non-human primates were reported June 2016 through July 2017. Newly affected municipalites included Sao Paulo (63 cases), Atibaia (35), Bom Jesus dos Perdoes (1), Campo Limpo Paulista (13), Itatiba (17), Jarinu (20), Jundiai (72), Nazare Paulista (4), Morungaba (1), Caja Mar (1), Caieras (11), Franco da Rocha (1), Mairipora (65), Guarulhos (3), Itapecerica da Serra (16), Ibiuna (1), Mairinque (1), Piedade (3).

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29 Dec 2017 Sao Paulo. Brazil

As of 26 December 2017, three human cases have been confirmed in the municipalities of Itatiba (2 cases) and Jundiai (1), Sao Paulo State, in September-October 2017. A total of 347 cases in non-human primates were reported June 2016 through July 2017. Newly affected municipalites included Sao Paulo (11 cases), Atibaia (35), Bom Jesus dos Perdoes (1), Campo Limpo Paulista(13), Itatiba (17), Jarinu (20), Jundiai (72), Nazare Paulista (4), Morungaba (1), Caja Mar (1), Caieras (11), Franco da Rocha (1), Mairipora (46), Guarulhos (3), Itapecerica da Serra (15), Ibiuna (1), Mairinque (1), Piedade (3).

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01 Dec 2017 Sao Paulo. Brazil

Parts of São Paulo State have reported outbreaks in the monkey population in some urban areas including in several large parks of São Paulo city and in the municipality of Campinas (in the cities of Campo Limpo Paulista, Atibaia and Jarinu). These outbreaks, the first in urban areas of Brazil since 1942, occurred in areas not previously considered at risk for yellow fever transmission.

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