The Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been trying to estimate 280 the number of deaths; may be due to the Ebola breach in the north east of the country, according to the latest data released on this Sunday with this group, a figure that is already equivalent to worse breach of history.
In a report issued by figures in force to 7 December, the authorities show that 489 are the total number of cases, which 441 are reinforced in test exams and 48 appear to be.
This disease is already the worst in the history of the DRC, which happened in the Yambuku area, in the north of the country, at the end of August 1976 and is considered to be the first recorded bankruptcy of Ebola.
A man from Ebola has been taken by medical teams (AFP).
With a dying rate of almost 90%, at that time 280 people died of the 318 cases caused by their virus.
The current disease is also the second largest in the world in a number of cases, exceeded the one that was registered in Uganda between 2000 and 2001, in which 425 cases and 224 deaths were counted, and only behind that named in 2014 in Guinea Conakri, from which it was extended to Sierra Leone and Liberia.
This accident was named on August 1 in the Northern Kivu and Ituri regions, although the disease has suffered from Some communities refuse to be able to; treated and unsafe in the area, where many armed groups operate.
The volunteers, who raise the dead Ebola (AFP) from the streets.
This is the second statement announced in the DRC in 2018 (just eight days after the Congolese Health Minister, Oly Ilunga, named the end of the previous disease in the west of the country) and The worst in DRC history in relation to the number of diseases.
Since the last 8 August, when the vaccines started, Over 42,000 people were introduced, in most cases, in the towns of Mabalako, Beni, Mandima, Katwa and Butembo, according to the latest figures from the Ministry of Health.
Ebola virus transmission is directly linked to blood and physical fluid; pollute, cause extreme fever and reach a mortality rate of 90%.
The current disease is the second largest in the world in a number of cases (EFE).
A global universe breakdown was published in a & # 39; March 2014 which goes back to December 2013 in Guinea Conakri, a country from which it has expanded to Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Almost two years later, in January 2016, WHO declared the end of this crisis, in which 11,300 people died and more than 28,500 were allowed, figures that, according to this UN group, could be saving.