Kinshasahealth – The Ministry of Health also reports that in Benn on Monday, November 11, 2018, it was not possible to perform vaccination activities due to the unrest of the population after Boiken's attack last night.
On Monday, three newly confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease, including two in Bena, were reported in the province of Northern Kivu, the Ministry of Health said in a statement. The source suggests that since the beginning of this tenth ebola epidemic in the DRC, which is raging in the provinces of North Kivu and Ituri in the northeast of the country, 333 cases have been reported in the region, including 295 confirmed cases. and 38 probable cases. Three new infected faces have been cured in Bena.
According to the source, the investigations resulted in the annulment of 11 historical deaths (probably unverified cases) and the identification of 14 additional probable cases. Confirmed cases have been categorized in their original health zone and are no longer in the ETC of the Treatment Center (ETC) where they were treated after clearing the confirmed case databases.
The Ministry of Health also reports that in Benn on Monday, November 11, 2018, it was not possible to carry out vaccination activities due to the unrest of the population after Boiken's attack last night. At the eighth outbreak of ebola in the Ecuator province, from May to July 2018, we recall that the Minister of Health Dr. Oli Ilung Kaleng launched an escort program for survivors of Ebola in order to provide clinical, biological and psychosocial tracking of people from treatment.
He also initiated the establishment of the National Association of Ebola Winners to bring together all survivors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This association is led by dr. Richard Kitenge. As a result, Surveillance Surveillance Centers will be established in Benin, Butembo and Mangin. The same source reports that the Ministry of Health has prioritized local health personnel in all areas of the program for building local capacities. Surveillance Surveillance Surveillance Software Surveys the database of all survivors from the beginning of this tenth epidemic.
The Ministry of Health will continue to share information about survivors as soon as the database is cleared.
Generally, since August 8, 2018, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has vaccinated 28,991 people, including 14,966 in Benni, 4,544 in Mabalak, 2,262 in Katawa, 1,663 in Mandina, 1,435 in Butembo, 1,337 in Kalunguti, 732 in Masereka, 434 in Bunia , 355 in Tomici, 293 in Vuhovi, 258 in Mutwangi, 240 in Command, 178 in Oichi, 160 in Musienen, 100 in Zion and 34 in Alimbong.
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