Ebola vaccines to start in DR Congo on Sunday | DR Congo News | Al Jazeera

Ebola vaccines to start in DR Congo on Sunday

Vaccines, including a new experimental drug, have been sent to the DRC to try to contain the latest Ebola outbreak.

    The World Health Organization says the risk of an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is very high.

    But it's stopped short of calling it an international public health emergency.

    Forty-five confirmed and suspected cases have been reported in the country's northwest.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Homara Choudhary has more.


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