DRC: Measles vaccinations suspended over latest Ebola outbreak

Ebola outbreak in the DRC is affecting urgent medical care for other diseases.

    Health officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have suspended vaccination campaigns for measles and other diseases in the northeast, citing the threat to health workers.

    The area is struggling with an outbreak of the Ebola virus as well as militia attacks on treatment centres and hostility towards health workers.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamad ElBardicy reports.


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