By NewsDesk   @bactiman63

Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn announced at the World Health Assembly in Geneva to increase emergency aid in the fight against Ebola.

To further stem the outbreak of the virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Germany will provide another $ 10 million to the World Health Organization ( WHO ).

It is important that the people on the ground be helped quickly and that the disease does not spread further. We do that out of international responsibility. But also for self-protection. Because the epidemic does not stop at borders.

At the World Health Assembly, WHO Director-General Tedros also warned against further spread of the disease.

Ebola image/NIAID

Since the beginning of the epidemic, the cumulative number of cases is 1,912, 1,818 confirmed and 94 probable. In total, there were 1,277 deaths (1,183 confirmed and 94 probable).

The triage of Vulamba health center, in the health zone of Butembo, was vandalized by strangers in the night of 25 to 26 May 2019.

On Saturday, May 25, 2019, part of the population of Vusahiro village, in the Mabalako health zone, rose up and attacked the local Ebola response team of village residents who were trained to carry out some response activities. A hygienist from the Infection Prevention and Control team died of his injuries when he was transferred to the Mabalako Reference General Hospital. The Vusahiro Health Center was ransacked and looted, and three houses in the village were burned.

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