The bones are in the high risk area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo: WHO & nbsp | & nbsp Photo credit: & nbspThinkstock
Geneva: The outbreak of the Democratic Republic of Congo has spread south in an area with high security risks, said the World Health Organization. The outbreak, the worst in the country, killed 439 of the 713 people believed to have captured the disease. The fight against the age depends on the follow-up of people who may have had contact with the illness and that they could fall ill and extend more.
But the outbreak of a Congo region with frequent fights causes health workers to move around and control possible fever and spread messages on how to prevent the sick.
Most cases from the beginning of the year have been in the Katwa health zone, where WHO said that Ebola workers had faced "small community mistrust" "and most people were not on lists of suspicious people to contact the eBay.
"The outbreak has also spread to the south in the Kayina health zone, an area of high security risk," said the WHO in its statement Thursday afternoon. There have been five cases in Kayina, which is between the main fire zone and the main city of Goma, which is close to the Rwandan border.
WHO said that after executing an Ebola simulation exercise in Rwanda, he sent a team to prepare the country's preparation and vaccinate health workers who would be the first to enter Contact Ébola if it was spread across the border.
However, WHO spokesman, Fadela Chaib, said that there had also been a decline in cases around Beni's previous benchmark. "It's very premature to call victory, it's true that we were successful in Beni because all the steps we have taken have had an impact, but unfortunately we see cases in other areas," he said.
"The country not only faces the age but also other health threats, just to name malaria, cholera, polio derived from the vaccine, and also a very long and very humanitarian crisis violence in various regions ".
More than 60,000 people have been vaccinated in the Congo, as well as 2,500 in Uganda, one of the countries with a "very high risk" of the disease. Chaib said there were 4,000 people with potential contact with Ebola under surveillance and 156 patients at the hospital.