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DR Congo declares end to Ebola outbreak – The New Daily

An outbreak of Ebola that started on February 7 in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been declared over by officials.

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The Democratic Republic of Congo has declared an end to the latest Ebola outbreak that killed six people in its east.
DR Congo’s Minister of Public Health, Dr Jean-Jacques Mbungani on Monday announced the end of the outbreak that began on February 7 in the town of Butembo in the North Kivu province.
The World Health Organisation also confirmed the end to the outbreak, congratulating the country on combatting it within three months.
There were 12 cases of Ebola, with six deaths and six recoveries…

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