Johnson & Johnson’s Ebola vaccine lands in DRC | CIDRAP

11,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s Ebola vaccine arrived in the DRC over the weekend.
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More work needs to be done to resolve the problems surrounding the Ebola Outbreak.

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Residents In Goma Are Struggling To Gather Water While Fighting Ebola : NPR

The Congolese city of Goma sits on the giant Lake Kivu. But the city has been without running water for years. Residents talk about the challenge of gathering water when they’re also fighting Ebola.
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More awareness about problem that complicate the Ebola Outbreak.

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Dr. Joseph Fair: American Virologist Fighting Ebola in the DRC Talks Challenges, Setbacks

In part 2 of our Q&A with Fair, we talk about the challenges ahead in the fight against Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Professional opinion can be a helpful tool in Ebola Outbreak Awareness.

There are many unanswered questions in any given situation.

It requires perseverance and patience to become aware of ongoing changes in this matter.

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The Latest Uptate From UN

Today is all about how the cyber crime affects everyone,

And the slow improvements being made with the Ebola Outbreak,

And how we still need to be careful,,,

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WHO | Are you Ebola aware?

If you are in one of the three-most affected countries – Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone – knowledge on how to protect yourself and others from Ebola is a matter of life and death. In other countries, knowing about Ebola can help prevent Ebola from affecting your country.
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The simple act of focusing on Ebola will make us all more aware.

This conscious act is Ebola Awareness.

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Q&A: Jean-Jacques Muyembe, a lifetime fighting Ebola – SciDev.Net

‘Ebola hunter’ Jean-Jacques Muyembe-Tamfum tells SciDev.Net he believes the end of the
epidemic raging in the DRC is near.
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Teacher, researcher, help us become more aware and hopeful.

Why the Latest Ebola Outbreak Is Raising Global Alarms – The Washington Post

Ebola is one of the deadliest diseases on Earth, with a fatality rate as high as 90%. It’s among a handful of illnesses so dangerous that governments consider them threats to national security. An epidemic in West Africa that began in late 2013 and faded in 2016 killed more than 11,000 people, exceeding the counts from all previous waves combined. Now Ebola has flared again, with the latest outbreak declared a global emergency by the World Health Organization.
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This is a global emergency and too big to accept at face value.

But awareness can lead to acceptance, understanding and even hope.

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Fourth Ebola case found in Congo city, raising fears of …

On Thursday, Rwanda briefly shut its border crossings with Congo around the city, after the new cases emerged
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