Ebola detection…


DRC, District Republic of Congo, a case came up in April, reported by WHO (world health organization).

Please support the effort, read the article above.

Nothing reported after this came out in April (stay tuned), stay informed.

Ebola Virus And Reproductive Health

There is a recent report that goes into detail about the subject and the need for change.

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Awareness is key.

If you would like to support this idea, please consider reading the link below.

A call to safeguard sexual and reproductive health information and services during Ebola outbreaks – Democratic Republic of the Congo | ReliefWeb

Le réchauffement climatique pourrait favoriser Ebola

Le réchauffement de la planète pourrait contribuer à faire tripler le nombre de cas d’Ebola d’ici 50 ans, alors que des épidémies pourraient apparaître dan…
— Read on www.lapresse.ca/actualites/sciences/202001/03/01-5255629-le-rechauffement-climatique-pourrait-favoriser-ebola.php

Ebola is still a major risk in DRC,

But a low risk globally,

WHO has very good updates on the situation.

Awareness is key.

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WHO | Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

WHO | Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo
— Read on www.who.int/csr/don/02-january-2020-ebola-drc/en/

The World Health Organization continues to give accurate, detailed, information about the Ebola Outbreak.

The risk in the region is still a major concern due to war and conflict. Although, globally the risk is low.

To examine the specific areas within The DRC, please read this update from WHO.

Education is key.

Please become aware and support this effort.

Violence against health workers complicating measles outbreak in Ebola-ravaged Congo | CBC News

Violence against health workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo is complicating the response to a massive measles outbreak and accelerating the spread of the disease, which has claimed twice as many lives than an ongoing Ebola epidemic.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/health/violence-against-health-workers-worsening-measles-outbreak-in-congo-1.5377716

The measles and Ebola, in the Congo are being complicated by the war zone.

People mainly children are dying from the measles.

Awareness is key, please support the effort.

The Ebola Outbreak: The Need For U.S. Action | Health Affairs

The Ebola Outbreak: The Need For U.S. Action | Health Affairs
— Read on www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20191001.102538/full/

Again, the US is being singled out to help with Ebola Outbreak.

Again, money is at the heart of the issue.

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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.
— Read on www.contagionlive.com/

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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Ebola Outbreak 2019

An update shows that there is still lots to learn and work to be done to control this terrible outbreak.

There are so many factors that keep challenging the situation on the ground.

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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.

Please support a global effort.

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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