According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Brazil reported its first case of Zhaika virus disease in May 2015. On February 2, 2016 (Beijing time), the WHO announced that neonatal capitulum and other neurological disorders constitute "public health emergencies of international concern" which may be closely related to the prevalence of Zhaika virus. By the end of February 2016, 36 countries and regions in the Americas, Oceania, Asia and Africa had reported local infections. At present, the global spread of Zhaika virus is on the rise, and the risk of cross-border transmission is increasing. Many countries in Europe and North America have reported imported cases. There are 10 imported cases in mainland China, and one imported case has been reported in Taiwan. In December 2015, AQSIQ issued a notice to prevent the transmission of the virus from China into China.
Announcement Of The Eight Departments Of AQSIQ On The Prevention And Control Of The Epidemic Of The Virus In China
- Sep 20, 2018-