Promising Results With Ebola Vaccine in Guinea - WHO
The experimental vaccine would allow the "control a new outbreak of Ebola of the Zaire strain" after final test results confirmed its effectiveness, scientists say.
Health workers (file photo).
Al Jazeera, 23 December 2016
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it has developed a highly effective vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus after trials in Guinea showed it offered 100 percent protection. Read more »
West Africa: Prototype Vaccine for Ebola Virus Proves Effective
Deutsche Welle, 23 December 2016
A prototype vaccine for Ebola has proven effective in Guinea, according to the World Health Organization. It hopes fast-track approval will emerge by 2018. The hemorrhagic virus… Read more »
The World Health Oraginzation has however urged caution, warning that while the vaccine has shown "100% efficacy", more conclusive evidence is needed. Read more »