Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa has exceeded 200 deaths since August, according to foreign media reports. Fear of the Ebola virus, which killed more than 10,000 people in West Africa between 2014 and 2016,
According to AFP, the Ministry of Health in the Democratic Republic of Congo has announced that only 291 people have been confirmed to have been infected with Ebola, with 201 deaths officially counted due to the Ebola virus infection. The health secretary said, "Because the virus spreads quickly in a short period of time, it is worst that it can lead to the worst death of human life."
Ebola is a fatal disease that causes viral haemorrhagic fever due to Ebola virus infection belonging to Ebola virus and Ebola virus, resulting in an average incubation period of 8-10 days leading to short-term death in host by causing fever, abdominal pain and internal organ bleeding. Mortality is over 60%, and also spreads through contact with infected animals, body fluids and contact with patients and deaths.
During the two years since the Ebola virus began in 2014, 11 188 people were killed in West Africa, including Ghana, Congo, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The number of infected persons decreased sharply when the newly developed treatment became effective. But after the first deaths in August this year in the Democratic Concorde Corridor, it has spread to nearby metropolitan areas.
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ebola killed 280 people in 1976, 254 in 1995 and 187 in 2007. This event has, in particular, been hampered by a long-term civil war. Benicia, a population of about half of the Ebola population, in the northern Kivu region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, has fought with medical teams for relief efforts since the struggle between rebel and government forces continues.
Health Minister Oli Runga said the 9th that medical personnel responding to Ebola suffer from physical attack, repeated destruction and abduction of equipment, and that two emergency suspects were killed by attack.
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