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outbreak

[out′brāk]
in epidemiology, the occurrence of infection with a particular disease in a small, localized group, such as the population of a village. The term is sometimes used more broadly to refer to an epidemic or a pandemic.

outbreak

The sudden increase in the incidence of a disease or condition.

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Q. Can Cholera outbreak here in the U.S? I looked for information about Cholera and couldn’t find much…

A. You can find any information in wikipedia. here is a link about Cholera :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholera
and here is all the info about Cholera outbreaks in the world:
http://www.who.int/cholera/en/

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The Congress took a step toward addressing this issue in the fiscal year 2017 State and Foreign Operations appropriations bill, which included a $70 million Emergency Reserve Fund to address infectious disease outbreaks around the globe.
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Most respondents (36/43, 84%) assigned a high priority to entering foodborne disease outbreak data, rating outbreak reporting as 4 or 5 on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 indicated low priority and 5 high priority.
Participants invited to the InFORM Meeting include federal, state, territorial, and local government officials responsible for leading state and national foodborne disease outbreak surveillance and response activities among laboratory, epidemiology, and environmental health disciplines.
Officials from federal and state agencies involved in four recent zoonotic disease outbreaks commonly cited insufficient veterinarian capacity as a workforce challenge.
TBA believes that a levy payable in the event of a disease outbreak should be broad-based so that the burden does not fall unfairly on too few horse owners.
Powys board member responsible for Public Protection, Coun Graham Brown said: "The six-day standstill rule is seen as an important disease control measure, ensuring the movement of animals is properly monitored should a disease outbreak occur.
China's Agriculture Ministry has confirmed a foot-and-mouth disease outbreak among 18 heads of cattle in the northwestern province of Gansu, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Friday.
This paper describes the effect of a disease outbreak on the success of a translocation for conservation management in a critically endangered species.
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This multi-lateral agreement allows the governments in these countries to pool resources when an animal disease outbreak happens in one of their territories.

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