WHO confirms second case of ebola in Republic of Congo

Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone recorded a total of 11,300 fatalities between 2013 and 2016, when finally he finished the threat. | Photo: Reuters

The World Health Organization (who) confirmed on Sunday a second case of ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and investigates other 17 possible cases. 

Extensive investigation & risk assessments are being conducted on the outbreak in #DRC https://t.co/XSCdEGT4DD #Ebola – WHO (@WHO) may 13, 2017 the Minister of health public of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Oly Ilunga Kalenga, reported last Friday to the world Organization of the health (who) who declared an epidemic of ebola in the area of Likati , bass-Uele province (North of the country).
The decision was made then that the National Institute of biomedical research, the national laboratory of the DRC, examining five samples of people suspected of having contracted the ebola virus and one of them was positive.
The Congolese Ministry of health informed the who that nine suspected cases have been reported since April 22, and there are three deaths reported in Litaki.
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