New Ebola Cases Confirmed in Uganda
Another Ebola outbreak has been confirmed in the Luwero region, according to the district health officer, Dr. Joseph Okware. The announcement came only two months after the country was declared Ebola-free following an outbreak in Kibaale district.
Uganda: Ebola Kills Two in Luweero
New Vision, 15 November 2012
LUWEERO authorities are on high alert following the death of two members of the same family due to the deadly hemorraghic Ebola fever in Nyimbwa sub-county over the last few days.read more »
New Vision, 29 October 2012
LESS than two weeks after declaring Uganda free of Ebola in Kibale, a very virulent haemorrhagic viral infection, Marburg, a disease caused by a sister virus to Ebola, comes on the... read more »
Health team cmbating Ebola.
Inter Press Service, 25 October 2012
Conservationists struggling to protect the remaining population of Ugandan chimpanzees have raised concerns that people around wildlife reserves in the west of the country have... read more »
The Observer, 23 October 2012
Hardly had Uganda been declared free of deadly Ebola following an outbreak in Kibale district in July, than the deadlier Marburg fever broke out in Kabale district last week.read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: UN Helps Fight Ebola Outbreak
UN News Service, 22 October 2012
The United Nations health agency today said it is continuing to work with authorities from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to stop an Ebola outbreak from spreading, with... read more »