The Ebola disease influencing the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) since August 1 has been the worst in all the history of this country and the second in the world, then to the West Africa in 2014-2016. According to the figures presented by the Congolese Health Congregation on this Sabbath, the current situation has reached 489 cases and 280 deaths, which exceeded the disease in 1976, when 318 people were sick, and they were sick. corresponding number of deaths then
It was scanned; is currently named in the Northern Kivu department and extended to Ituri for the time, where a number of armed groups have been working for decades in unfinished conflict, which makes compares the accessibility of health workers to many. places, as well as their move. "Difficulties are different and make it very difficult. My awareness, if things change, will last between six or nine months," said Luis Encinas, a Spanish nurse and an Ebola expert at those Doctors Borders, which returned three weeks back from the affected area.
Indeed, Thursday was attacked in two military attacks that killed 18 civilians in Beni, very close to the beginning, and apparently made by him; Radical Islamic Militia Islamic Allied Democratic Forces (ADF, in line with English measurement). Army incidents and kidnapping are very common in the area. Last November, the Army and Interpretation of the United Nations mission in the DRC attacked attempts to destroy the weapons of this army group, Guiding terrorism in this country and in Uganda for 23 years. .
Following the emergence of the emergency, the Government and its international community responded rapidly and put forward staff and resources to the area that was in the process of responding to the crisis. impact. Indeed, for the first time, a number of verification remedies were combined with a broad vaccine that has reached around 42,000 people, according to the past week, Minister of Health Congolese, Oly Ilunga. Despite this, many communities have refused to; emerging cases, vaccination or illness; Move the patient to medicine centers only to do something longer.
"The disease stretches out," a & # 39; adding to Encinas, "with hidden spread chains. We are not in the 2014 disease that rises in a region where people moved from one country to another, but it would be disastrous if it jumped to Goma or to refugee camps in South Sudan. "In addition to the uncertainty and shortcomings of the work done by the communities, who have the purpose of the population's compensation to care The MSF expert causes three other factories: "There is a high population density in cities such as Beni and Butembo, the disease of this disease has never been here and that the health system is very weak, and This causes, for example, health staff protection levels are lower than the lowest levels of choice. 44 healthcare staff are included and 12 have died, depending on ministerial figures.
The worst disaster of Ebola in its history was published at the end of March 2014 in Guinea and spread it to Liberia and Sierra Leone quickly. After two years and after reaching the countries of Mali and Nigeria, as well as remote issues in Senegal, Spain – where the Teresa Romero foster partner was converted – and the United States, to be completed in 2016 With 28,646 in total diseases and 11,323 deaths.