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  1. FILE PHOTO: A general view of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) headquarters in Atla

    US CDC adopts rules for DRC, Guinea travelers over Ebola concerns

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued new public health requirements for US visitors who have recently been in the ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO attends a news conference on the Ebola outbreak at

    Guinea tracks potential Ebola contacts, says it can overcome new outbreak

    Guinea is tracking down people who potentially had contact with Ebola patients and will rush vaccines to the affected area as soon as possible ...
  3. The Wider Image: Ebola survivors battle grief and stigma in eastern Congo

    Congo declares end of Ebola outbreak that killed 55

    Democratic Republic of Congo's health minister on Wednesday announced the end of an Ebola outbreak in the west of the country that infected 130 ...
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    COVID-19: A look at past pandemics that originated from animals | Video

    The COVID-19 outbreak, which has been declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a global emergency, has been linked to an animal. In this ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A Congolese woman arranges bread for sale at an open air market, amid concerns about th

    Congo declares end of Ebola outbreak in east, second deadliest in history

    The second-largest Ebola outbreak on record is over after nearly two years and more than 2,200 deaths, Democratic Republic of Congo's health ...
  6. Congolese residents gather around Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) health workers

    Up to 12 infected in Congo's new Ebola outbreak: WHO

    Up to 12 people have been found infected with Ebola in a new outbreak of the deadly disease in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Health ...
  7. A woman wears a protective mask following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) while r

    Commentary: COVID-19 and Africa: ‘The dog that hasn’t barked’

    If the numbers are to be believed, Africa has been remarkably lucky so far, says the Financial Times' David Pilling.