DRC Ebola Cases Continue At Slow Rate; Research Examines Community Resistance To Prevention Efforts

CIDRAP News: Trickle of Ebola cases continues; survey probes public mistrust
“Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) outbreak continued at a slow rate over the weekend and through [Monday], and on the research front, new survey findings from people living in one of the outbreak’s former epicenters shed new light on reasons behind community resistance…” (Schnirring, 9/30).

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