Number of Ebola Cases in DR Congo Tops 2,000
An escalating Ebola epidemic in conflict-wracked eastern DR Congo has surpassed the 2,000 cases mark, two-thirds of which have been fatal, according to government figures. Since August last year, there have been 2,008 confirmed and probable cases with a death toll of 1,346, the Democratic Republic of Congo health ministry said late on Monday.
Number of Ebola Cases Tops 2,000
DW, 4 June 2019
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