Two months ago, 200 people died in the Congo since the Ebola outbreak. At the same time, authorities have inflicted tens of thousands of people against the disease.
Since the Ebola outbreak, about two months ago in the Congo, the disease ended in 201 people. To date, the Ebola virus was approved in 291 cases, said the Ministry of Health of the Congo on Saturday night. More than 28,000 people were vaccinated against the disease.
The recent emergence of dangerous haemorrhagic fever focuses on Beni and its surroundings in the troubled northern Kivu province. A few militias and rebel groups are active, which makes it difficult for helpers to quickly visit, isolate, and communicate with relatives. There is resistance to the resistance, which is a deep mistrust against the government.
Ebola virus is one of the most dangerous pathogens in the world and causes fever and massive internal bleeding. In a 2014/2015 outbreak, more than 11,000 people died in West Africa. Infected people can easily transmit the virus. (SDA)