Fighting Ebola! Chinese Peacekeepers in DRC Take Precautions Protection Against Ebola

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Chinese peacekeeping force in South Kivu Province, east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are taking precautionary measures to ensure safety of the peacekeepers following the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in the African country.

The engineering detachment under China’s peacekeeping force is now conducting mission in Bukavu of South Kivu. The detachment is on high alert to combat the disease.

They disinfect their dormitories and every corner in the military camp, carefully examine those who have a fever and quarantine them when necessary.

Peacekeepers and vehicles returning to the camp after going out should be disinfected. Temperature checks for peacekeepers are also mandatory.

Three contingents are working on construction missions outside the camp and the progress of their work is not affected by the outbreak of the disease. They work more than 10 hours a day so as to complete all the tasks entrusted by Monusco, with quality and quantity guaranteed.

For the moment, a total of 52 cases of haemorrhagic fever have been reported in Equateur province, southwest of the DRC, including 31 confirmed of Ebola, 13 probable and 8 suspected, according to minister of health.!language=1

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BluesCreation09 says:

Has all the Western Peacekeeping Force left the country already?

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