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This section provides information about specific diseases. Use the select box above to select the disease of interest, then click on any of the menu options on the left to view different types of information about that disease.

\nOIE keeps an archive of all immediate notifications and weekly reports in PDF format available for download. This section gives you access to: immediate notifications; weekly reports; and OIE special reports containing information not normally contained within the other types of reports.

This report provides a list of all reported disease events, and allows you to progressively find more detail about a particular event - lists of all outbreaks associated with the event, and detailed information about a particular outbreak. It also provides a link to the full immediate notification or follow-up reports for that event.

This page displays the detailed data on disease outbreaks (by month and first administrative division, when this information is provided by the country). It provides a detailed insight into the disease situation within the country. For countries that have not reported the presence of disease during the six-month period (s) or for which the disease has never been reported NIL incidence will be displayed.

The weekly reports provide a summary of all immediate notifications and follow-up reports for any unusual disease events submitted by reporting Member Countries, by week. This is a good place to check what has been happening around the world.

This page lists all countries, having notified to the OIE, according to the animal health situation for a specified disease. This information is based on their most recent six-monthly report. This is where to find, for instance, a quick list of countries that are free from a specified disease (according to their most recent disease situation report).

OIE keeps an archive of all immediate notifications and weekly reports in PDF format available for download. This section gives you access to: immediate notifications; weekly reports; and OIE special reports containing information not normally contained within the other types of reports.

The disease situation is constantly changing. This graphical report shows, for a specified disease, how the status of each OIE reporting country has changed. Colour coded blocks indicate disease status in six-month intervals over multiple years.

These maps indicate the location of disease outbreaks reported in immediate notifications or follow-up reports. As with the previous maps, you can zoom in to examine an area of outbreaks in more detail. You can also all the available details about a given outbreak by clicking on the map.

This page provides access to a range of background information about OIE-listed diseases, including access to information not based on country reports. This includes the OIE disease cards, as well as links to the various disease-specific chapters of the Codes and Manuals.

Dynamic maps showing the presence or absence of disease at the national and sub-national level. Information is based on six-monthly reports. These maps are interactive so you can see the global situation, then zoom in on a specific region, country or locality