Outbreaks in 2022 were both more frequent and larger, with 7 countries experiencing outbreaks of 10,000 people or more.
Montana's H1N2v case was reported in a patient who had attended an agricultural fair.
Tanzania's Marburg outbreak involved 9 cases, including 6 fatal ones, and a Marburg outbreak in Equatorial Guinea might be declared over next week.
Investigations in the hepatitis A outbreak point to organic strawberries imported from Baja, Mexico, in 2022.
Separate WHO reports describe widening dengue and chikungunya activity in the Americas and the expansion of cholera outbreaks to four more countries.
Impacts from the earthquake and crowded living conditions could worsen Syria's situation, as outbreaks in multiple countries put a heavy burden on children.
So far, nearly 37,000 cases have been reported, with about 1,200 deaths, for a case-fatality rate above 3%.
This year, 29 countries have reported cholera outbreaks to the WHO, including 16 with protracted activity.
The outbreak has grown to more than 13,000 suspected cases, plus 283 deaths, for a case-fatality rate of 2.1%.
Eight infections in travelers returning from affected areas have been reported in the US.