Second Ebola Case Endorse by WHO in DRC and Suspect 17 More


A specialized agency of the United Nations, World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed second Ebola Virus case in Democratic of Republic of Congo and fears seventeen more. An Ebola virus causes bleeding, organ failure and leads to the death. According to the WHO report on Friday 12th May 2017, one person in the DRC had died from the virus. The World Health Organisation are attempting to trace more people to link to Ebola cases. Ebola is a fever that falls to humans from animals including monkeys and bats.

Ebola’s last outbreak was found in 2014 in DRC when region recorded several cases but according to WHO the deadly virus Ebola could reappear at any time as it can stay on the eyes as well as the central nervous system. Ebola’s 2014 outbreak in DRC was separate in West Africa which killed thousands of people as well as harms many people. It became worst Ebola outbreak record. WHO developed an experimental vaccine it could be used in some emergency cases.