As of 24 July 2022, Iraq reported 449 confirmed cases of cholera, with three associated deaths. The most affected governorates are Kirkuk (225 cases and two deaths), Baghdad-Rasafa (124 cases and one death) and Thi Qar (61 cases). Acute diarrhea cases in camps were also reported through the Early Warning, Alert and Response Network (EWARN).
To date, 1062 suspected Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever cases were reported, of which 269 were confirmed by laboratory, with 78 related suspected deaths and 48 deaths among confirmed cases (representing 17.8% of case fatality rate). All governorates reported confirmed cases except for Sulaymaniyah.
During the reporting period, 24 647 new COVID-19 cases were reported, representing an increase of 25% compared to the previous week. 20 deaths were reported during the week, representing an increase of 25% compared to the previous week.