How an Ebola research project could help combat vaccine disinformation in Canada | CBC News

A Canadian research project in Congo centred on how to build trust in communities could help efforts to fight the spread of Ebola, measles and many other diseases around the world.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/health/ebola-research-vaccine-public-health-1.5249602

These are very early signs on learning about people who face the negative outcomes of the Ebola Outbreak in Africa.

Trust is essential and will be shared by those courageous people who are willing and able to connect and bond with others who share their wealth and expertise.

Perhaps Canada can help and maybe other countries can step up and do similar projects.

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Why the DRC Ebola outbreak was declared a global emergency and why it matters

Timing is everything when it comes to making a decision about declaring a disease outbreak a public health emergency of international concern.
— Read on theconversation.com/why-the-drc-ebola-outbreak-was-declared-a-global-emergency-and-why-it-matters-121991

Context is another form of information that can help us understand.

With the understanding and financial support of the international community things start to look optimistic.

More awareness is needed to solve this problem with the Ebola outbreak.

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Authorities confirm new case of Ebola in remote, militia-controlled territory in Congo – The Globe and Mail

The widening geographic spread of the virus, and its presence in yet another zone under the sway of armed groups, raises the risk of it spreading out of control
— Read on www.theglobeandmail.com/world/article-authorities-confirm-new-case-of-ebola-in-remote-militia-controlled/

The concern for spreading of Ebola outbreak is on everyone’s mind.

To stay current of these conditions may help with perspective and understanding of DRC Ebola Outbreak.

The key is to maintain awareness.

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How the Ebola crisis affected people’s trust in their governments | OUPblog

Legitimacy and trust fundamentally determine a state’s ability to effectively implement policies. Without legitimacy, governments cannot rely on citizens
— Read on blog.oup.com/

Trust is the foundation of legitimacy.

Trust will also help improve result in DRC with regards to the Ebola Outbreak.

If one of the outcomes is a better economy, so it goes.

Hornets’ Bismack Biyombo asks why Congo’s Ebola crisis ignored

Bismack Biyombo goes home to Congo every offseason. Lately it’s been to help halt the Ebola crisis that’s one of the worst in history.
— Read on sports.yahoo.com/bismack-biyombo-why-is-millions-raised-for-notre-dame-but-not-africans-dying-of-ebola-in-congo-143224203.html

To clean up this crisis there must be a will to do it.

Money and time are important factors.

Organization will eventually benefit all people by preventing this problem from escalating into anything more serious.

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Can You Make a Page-Turning Thriller Out of the Ebola Crisis? – The New York Times

In “Crisis in the Red Zone,” Richard Preston recounts how Ebola broke out in West Africa in 2014 and what it meant for those desperate to treat the infected.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2019/08/08/books/review/richard-preston-crisis-in-the-red-zone.html

No, people are not to be used in the Ebola Outbreak.

People are the singular virtue and need our support.

But keep aware of the problem, please support the effort.

CDC Remains Committed One Year into the Fight against Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

CDC Remains Committed One Year into the Fight against Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Read it at STL.News.
— Read on www.stl.news/cdc-remains-committed-one-year-into-the-fight-against-ebola-in-the-democratic-republic-of-the-congo/279621/amp/

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