A new outbreak of Ebola has hit West Africa again with reports of the disease striking in Guinea
Measles, coronavirus and Ebola – DR Congo is facing a vicious public health crisis.
No need for alarm – Department of Health officials are expected to comment on the matter later today.
With hundreds of SANDF soldiers moving between South Africa and the Ebola-hit DR Congo over the past month, citizens have voiced their worries.
Less than a month after declaring the DRC Ebola outbreak was not a global health emergency the World Health Organization has changed its mind.
But they are keeping a close eye on the Ebola situation in the country.
It’s been eight months since the start of the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
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With no new cases reported in the last 42 days, Sierra Leone is officially Ebola free.
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Two volunteers who had potential contact to the Ebola virus in two separate incidents have been transferred to the UK. Neither have been diagnosed with Ebola.
The Mille Arts Foundation will exhibit a selection of work by revered contemporary African artist Moussa Tine this winter, in a special charity exhibition at Tafeta in London from December 4-16, 2014. In light of the Ebola outbreak, a percentage of the proceeds from the exhibition will go to the Red Cross Ebola Outbreak Appeal.
The health care workers who put their lives at risk to fight Ebola should be honoured, not quarantined, writes Kathryn Stinson, who recently returned from Sierra Leone.
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