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Ebola reports show more health workers infected - CIDRAP
Ebola reports show more health workers infected - CIDRAP
  • Umn.edu
  • 2 months ago

Daily outbreak updates from the health ministry resumed, which also detailed contact tracing in Goma where local transmission recently began.

DRC health minister resigns after government takes Ebola reins - CIDRAP
DRC health minister resigns after government takes Ebola reins - CIDRAP
  • Umn.edu
  • 2 months ago

"There can not be more than one decision-making center," Kalenga says.

Daily double-digit Ebola cases continue in DRC - CIDRAP
Daily double-digit Ebola cases continue in DRC - CIDRAP
  • Umn.edu
  • 2 months ago

With 10 new cases yesterday and 14 today, the outbreak has grown to 2,546 cases, and deaths have topped 1,700.

DRC to stick with just 1 vaccine in Ebola outbreak - CIDRAP
DRC to stick with just 1 vaccine in Ebola outbreak - CIDRAP
  • Umn.edu
  • 2 months ago

Merck's rVSV-ZEBOV is the only vaccine that will be used during the ever-growing outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces.

More violence as DRC officials report 51 Ebola cases in recent days - CIDRAP
More violence as DRC officials report 51 Ebola cases in recent days - CIDRAP
  • Umn.edu
  • 3 months ago

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) recorded at least 51 new cases of the Ebola virus since the beginning of the week.

USAID pledges Ebola support as 15 new cases reported - CIDRAP
USAID pledges Ebola support as 15 new cases reported - CIDRAP
  • Umn.edu
  • 3 months ago

USAID announces it wlll give the DRC $98 million to help fight the outbreak, which is now at 2,369 cases.