One week after the announcement of a second outbreak of Ebola this year in the country, government has announced the launch of Ebola vaccinations for high-risk populations in North Kivu province.
Ebola Vaccination Begins in North Kivu
WHO, 9 August 2018
The Ministry of Public Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo today announced the launch of Ebola vaccinations for high risk populations in North Kivu province. Read more »
Health worker prepare to treat Ebola patients (file photo).
Ebola Returns to the DRC for the 10th Time - Here's What We Know
The Conversation Africa, 8 August 2018
Barely a week after declaring the end of the ninth Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), officials announced another in the North Kivu and Ituri… Read more »
Another Ebola Outbreak in Congo, This Time in a Conflict Zone
IRIN, 9 August 2018
Barely one week after the Democratic Republic of Congo declared an end to its ninth outbreak of Ebola, it announced, on 1 August, its 10th. Only this time, the deadly virus has… Read more »
Can Ebola Spread to DRC Neighbours?
VOA, 4 August 2018
U.N. officials warn the deadly Ebola virus could be spread by refugees leaving the Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province. Officials are urging neighboring countries to… Read more »
Liberia, Sierra Leone Not Prepared to Prevent Ebola
New Democrat, 7 August 2018
The American government's intervention via the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) to train health workers in Liberia and Sierra Leone to prepare for and prevent the… Read more »
A week after declaring the end of an Ebola outbreak, the Democratic Republic of Congo's health ministry has announced a new one near the Ugandan border. Local authorities have ... Read more »
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