June 11: WHO Meeting Scheduled June 14
The World Health Organization has announced an extraordinary committee meeting on Friday to determine whether to improve its assessment of the situation to an "Emergency for public health
WHO in October and again in April postponed the announcement of an outbreak of DRC for urgent international concern, as the outbreak was contained in .
In order for the Commission to make emergency calls, it must determine that the epidemic "has implications for public health beyond the national boundary of the country concerned and may require immediate international action."
This was the first confirmed case in Uganda during the eruption of the Ebola in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.
The current epidemic of Ebola began in August last year in the Eastern Congo and has already infected at least 2062 people
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"We can expect and plan more cases in DRC and neighboring countries," he said, adding: "There are now more deaths than any other eruption epidemic in history, it prohibits the West African epidemic in 2013-16, and there can be no doubt that the situation could escalate to these
The Red Cross said it has been stepping up its efforts to curb the spread of the virus since it was discovered in Uganda.
"This is an alarming development, but we were getting ready for that day for months. Now, Rob Uganda Queisa, the Red Cross Secretary General, said that in Uganda, which is in high concern about the possible spread of the Ebola and has already vaccinated many health workers, it is relatively well prepared and should be able to [CurrentcasesinUgandawillbequicklydetainedbutthefailuretostopthecurrenteruptionepidemicin DRC is just a tragic one, "says Ian Jones, professor of virology at the British Reading University ] Agencies
Short Description is: Readiness for Uganda Ebola
After the start of the outbreak in August in eastern Congo, the Ministry of Health of Congo said Monday it has registered 2062 cases including 1390 deaths.
Neighboring Uganda has suffered from regular outbreaks of Ebola and Marburg over the years, as well as a high lethal viral haemorrhagic fever.
A donor laboratory in Entebe, a city on the coast south of the capital Kampala, means that Uganda usually confirms outbreaks much faster than many of its neighbors.
Preparing for possible cases of Ebola, Uganda has vaccinated nearly 4,700 health workers, disease surveillance is enhanced, special medical units are being created, and health workers are trained to recognize the symptoms of the disease . is 2000 when 425 people are infected. More than half of them have died. June 19: Ebola deaths recorded
Ebola in Uganda, after the confirmation Tuesday that the deadly virus is killed the country.
The five-year-old Congolese child, the first registered case in Uganda and his grandmother, succumbed to the virus at the Bwere General Hospital.
Authorities are now worried about the spread of the epidemic after more cases are confirmed on Wednesday. "Two more samples … have been positive," the World Health Organization said. in Twitter, citing the Minister of Health and bringing the total number of confirmed cases to three
Local News Channel, Daily Monitor, said the country's Ebola cases have risen to 10, citing the Minister for Health of the Country Ruth Aseng, who said there were more suspects, including two men, two women and a six-month-old baby coming from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
10 June: Ebola Confirmed in Uganda
The Ebola case was confirmed in Uganda, ten months after the deadly virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The 5-year-old Congolese child who went to Uganda on June 9th via Bwera's border point is being cared for, said the World Health Organization (WHO) WHO ). case in Uganda during the eruption of an Ebola in a neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo " WHO said in a statement.
The child's family sought medical assistance at Kagando Hospital and the child was transferred to
"The confirmation was made today by the Ugandan Institute of Viruses ( UVRI ) … the contacts are being observed"
The boy is accompanied by his father in Uganda and Congolese mother, who has returned to Congo to nurse her father before he dies from the Ebola, Ugandan Health Minister. Ruth Aseng said at a press conference.
The family returned to Uganda with four other members of the Congolese family. All other members of the Congolese family are in isolation at the Bwera Hospital. Two of them have already developed symptoms similar to those of Ebola, and samples have been removed from them, Akeng said. Test results are expected on Wednesday.
Akeng said the family had entered Uganda on June 10 rather than the 9th. The reason for the mismatch was not immediately clear and neither nor the government were available for clarification.