Friday , June 2 2023

Ebola has left more than 200 people in Congo


In a recent report, the Congolese Health Ministry reported that 201 people died and 291 others were infected with bleeding fever. Doctors have been able to pollute about 25,000 people. However, workers are burdened with work, says Health Minister Oly Ilung.

Since the age of seventeen, since 1976, the Congo has faced the epidemic of the ebullium, but for the first time in the region it appeared that doctors were comparing the war zone. Ilunga said on Friday that this is the worst epidemic in the history of the country. "As they arrive in the region, health professionals face threats, physical attacks, the re-destruction and abduction of equipment," said the minister, according to which no other damage to the world was as complex as the current Ebola epidemic in Congo.

Ebola spreads in direct contact with blood or body exudates. The virus causes fever and both internal and external bleeding, the disease emits about half of the infected.

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