Congo’s Ebola outbreak has spread southwards into an area with high security risks, according to the UN health agency.
Congo records one-day record for confirmed Ebola cases
Congo confirms 14 new cases of Ebola virus, highest one-day increase since outbreak declared in August.
Ebola warning: Doctor reveals European cities at risk of deadly virus after suspected case
EBOLA is a deadly virus infection that originated in Africa, and was responsible for a large outbreak in 2014. The European cities most at risk of Ebola symptoms have been revealed, after news of an outbreak scare in Sweden. Is the UK at risk of Ebola?
B.C. nurse hopeful Ebola outbreak in Congo can be contained soon
A nurse practitioner from B.C.’s Interior is lending her expertise to help contain the Ebola outbreak in the Congo.
Congo’s Ebola outbreak ‘certainly’ to last 3-4 months more
Congo’s Ebola outbreak called most complex in history amid attacks by rebel groups.
Ebola fears raise concerns in already fraught Congo election
Congolese candidates in an already fraught and deadly election landscape are dealing with the challenges of an Ebola outbreak, the second deadliest in its history.
‘Young miracle:’ Baby recovers from Ebola in Congo outbreak
Congo’s health ministry calls baby Benedicte the youngest survivor in what is now the world’s second-deadliest Ebola outbreak.
Ebola outbreak reaches city of 1 million residents
Enlarge / Ebola treatment center at the Hospital in Beni, North Kivu Province. (credit: MONUSCO/Alain Coulibaly) The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has spread to a city of nearly 1 million residents. There are now 30 confirmed cases and 15 deaths in the city of Butembo reported in the latest update […]
Ebola spreads to major Congo city
The second-largest Ebola outbreak in history has spread to a major city in eastern Congo, as health experts worry whether the stock of an experimental vaccine will stand up to the demands of an epidemic with no end in sight.
Ebola outbreak in Congo expected to last into mid-2019, WHO says
More than 200 people have died and the outbreak is expected to continue into 2019 as health workers deal with insecurity from armed groups and spread of the virus in unregulated “tradi-modern” health centres.