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Ebola: WHO Confirms 19 Deaths In DR Congo

The WHO on Monday confirmed 19 deaths in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) following an outbreak of Ebola between April 4 and May 13. The WHO also confirmed 39 suspected cases. It said 393 people who identified as contacts of Ebola patients were being followed up. Information about the outbreak in Bikoro, Iboko and Wangata … Continue reading "Ebola: WHO Confirms 19 Deaths In DR Congo"

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Published By: Osundefender - Monday, 14 May

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