DR Congo Ebola: Officials hope country cleared in few months

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Doctors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are hoping to declare the country Ebola-free in just a few months.
But efforts to stamp out the disease have been hampered by repeated rebel attacks, particularly in the eastern city of Beni which has been the epicentre of the outbreak in recent months.
More than 2,250 people have died of Ebola in the country’s east since the outbreak began in August 2018, according to the United Nations.
Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from Beni.

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Vero Prossy says:

God is good.

Mars jupiter says:

SOS !!!!!!! To the European Union for Human Rights! Evidence is video material recorded! That the Greek government commits crimes against the refugees! in the Greek coast guard with sharp long sticks on the open sea into the full refugee boats sting and velvet children and women! The Greek State Sunk the Boats! This is a crime against humanity and will be brought to justice at the European Court of Human Rights! Several videos are currently live on air where the Turkish coast guard records all criminal proceedings of the Greek coast guard with video and terminal cameras! Terrifying and horrible! And again the Greek coast wash with long sharp sticks the refugee boat is approaching and then Mehrmalls sticks into the full hose boats !!! And deliberately sunk the inflatable boats! This is a crime and violation of the UN Carter!

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Bless the baby and keep Spreading information to the people to educate them about Ebola and stop eating bush meat. If Covid19 hit Africa on top of Malaria, Ebola, TB etc our problems are just beginning. 😬

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