Ebola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is rolling out at the earliest rate yet, eight months after it first discovered, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.
Each of the last fortnight has recorded a new record of recordings, indicating that there is a massive effort to address the second biggest issue ever, in that militia violence and community defense are taking place. has restricted access to affected areas.
THE ASSESSMENT IS RECORDED IN THE FIRST YEAR END 2018
Less than three weeks ago, WHO said that the majority of dental disease had been included and that it could be canceled in September, stating that weekly weekly figures had fallen since the last 3 t early in the year to around 25.
But the number of cases hit 57 next week, and they jumped to 72 last week, WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier said. A record of approximately 50 cases per week was recorded at the end of January and mid-November.
Even worse, around three-quarters of Ebola's deaths last week outside medical treatment places, according to the Congo health ministerial data, which means they have a greater chance of spreading the virus to those around the country. tour.
“People get out without replying to answers,” said Lindmeier to Reuters.
WOMAN, 19, THIS IS OUR MAKING TO MAKE MIGRAINES # 39;
The current incident is estimated to have killed 676 people and ordered a further 406 people. A further 331 patients have recovered.
In the last two months, five Ebola centers have been attacked, some by armed forces. As a result, he removed the medical charity French Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) to its activities in two of the most popular areas.
Another challenge is the distrust of the first respondents. A survey carried out last September by a medical magazine The Lancet found that a quarter of the people sampled in two Ebola sites believed the disease was not true.
Lindmeier said there had been new ways of community-based work out and some previous hostile local residents had agreed to allow health staff access.
SCHEDULE ONLY TO TAKE TAKEN ANNOUNCEMENTS
One treatment center closed in February after being scrapped by unknown guardians was re-opened last week.
More than 11,000 people died in the Ebola 2013-16 event in West Africa. Since then, health authorities have worked to accelerate their responses and use of vaccination and test treatment, which are seen to be effective.