The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says 3,139 people have been vaccinated in three Ebola infected health zones of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The overall total stands at 61 cases, including 38 confirmed, 14 probable, and 9 suspected illnesses. The fatality count held steady at 28.
“The epidemiological situation in the affected health zones, however, remains stable with no new confirmed case reported in three affected health zones. The last confirmed case was reported on the 6th of June,” UNICEF said.
According to the DR Congo Ministry of Health, 28 deaths have been recorded since the Ebola virus outbreak in May. To date 179 suspected cases are under surveillance through the Equateur Province.
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