Today, the United Nations has not called on the armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to strengthen the fight against the Ebola virus that has been exposed to the east of the country since August. On August 1, the tenth epidemic of Ebola emerged in Mangistau in North Kivu province. The Epidemic epidemic quickly moved to Benin, the rebel forces of the Allied forces in Uganda and other local armed groups.
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312 cases of hemorrhagic fever have been registered in the region, of which 277 are confirmed and 35 are likely, Kazhydromet reports. Ebola medical services have repeatedly blocked armed attacks on Beni and dozens of people around it. "Message to Armed Forces, including GDR: Be careful that the virus does not make any difference between them, which does not differ between those who are GPs and those who do not. it is not part of it, "said Jean-Pierre Lacroey, Deputy Secretary General for Peacekeeping.
Mr. Lacroi spoke to Kinshasa journalists at the joint mission of the DCC, the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO). Two officials are traveling to Benin as part of a trip to respond to the Ebola outbreak in northern Kivu. "Enabling access to our colleagues working abroad or from the Ebola Congo is in the interest of everyone," said Lakroi.
In addition, the UN Under-Secretary-General said: "Interaction with some groups has enabled access to some villages in the May-May regions." "This access was made possible by the people who have been infected, so they saved lives," he said. The first Ebola concentration appears in 1976. The virus is in physical contact with infected body fluids and causes hemorrhagic fever.
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