New DRC Ebola Outbreak In Équateur Records 23 Cases As North Kivu, Ituri Outbreak Nears End

The Telegraph: DRC prays for good news as it battles second Ebola outbreak
“Authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo are battling a new outbreak of Ebola just as one that has been raging on the other side of the vast country is on the verge of being declared over. … As of 20 June there have been a total of 23 cases, including 13 deaths. … This latest outbreak is the 11th in DRC and comes as the long-running epidemic 600 miles away in North Kivu and Ituri in the east, which has killed more than 2,000 people, is about to end. Thursday will mark 42 days since the last patient was discharged from a treatment center and, if no new cases are reported before then, it will mean it has finally been controlled…” (Gulland, 6/23).

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