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Sunday, January 27, 2019

Ebola affected

Ebola affected

The Directorate of WHO concludes New Year's Journey in the Ebola-affected areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo

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WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus traveled the New Year to the Ebola-affected areas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to review the reaction in this important phase. Efforts are on to end the outbreak after recent disruptions, but further disruptions can have serious consequences, they warn.

As a result of civil unrest, vandalism with an Ebola transit center and several other health facilities in Beni last week. Insecurity has slowed down vaccination and epidemiological surveillance and follow-up action for several days.
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"I am concerned about the effect of recent disruptions in this momentous moment." This outbreak is the most difficult case happening in fiction. To end this, the feedback needs to be supported and expanded, not complex any further. Ebola is inexcusable, and disruption benefits the virus, "Dr. Tedros said.

The three-day mission (31 December 2018 - 2 January 2019) will be held at Beni, Butembo and Komanda, Dr. Tedros took stock of the outbreak, spent time with the affected communities and personally thanked the respondents for their dedication. The WHO has 380 respondents in North Kiwu and Ituri, which are working together with the Health Ministry and more than hundreds of partners.

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Dr. Tedros said, "Ebola's respondents are sacrificing a lot." "They have worked flat-out for months away from their families, to combat one of the world's most deadly viruses in a risky environment. I am proud of them, and I wanted to tell them personally on New Year's holiday. "

Director of Wellcome Trust and Dr. Jeremy Farrar, President of WHO's Research and Development Template, joined the mission to see the outbreak for the first time.


"I was stunned by the dedication of those who responded to Ebola, but in such a complex environment they are concerned with the immense challenges. This outbreak is in an important stage. It is important that the international community recognizes it and ensures that the DRC and WHO need support to ensure that the outbreak is not out of control, Dr. Farrar said.


Since the outbreak in August 2018, 608 cases and 368 deaths occurred in North Kivu and Ituri provinces. To date, over 54,000 high-risk contacts and frontline respondents have been criticized, and almost every new patient receives one of the four screening therapies, something that was never possible before during the Ebola outbreak.

The main challenges are protection environments, pockets of unbelief among affected populations, and the prevention and control of poor infections in public and private health facilities. In collaboration with the government led and collaborators of the United Nations and NGOs, WHO is committed to removing these challenges and ending the outbreak.


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