2014 Odisha jaundice outbreak (initially known as the 2014 Sambalpur jaundice outbreak) refers to an outbreak of mainly Hepatitis E and also Hepatitis A which began in the town of Sambalpur in Odisha, India. The cause of the outbreak was suspected to be the contamination to drinking water supplied by the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED).
The Shimla jaundice outbreak is an outbreak of jaundice in the North Indian town of Shimla. The first reported cases of jaundice in Shimla began in December 2015. As of March 2016 the outbreak is still ongoing, and should continue without changes to Shimla's water system. According to official estimates 10 people have died and 1600 have developed the disease. Unofficial estimates put the number of infected at over 10,000, with half of the total families in Shimla having experienced infection.