Ebola Virus in Congo updates: WHO confirms new virus outbreak, 6 cases so far

Ebola Virus knock in Congo, Mbandaka After the global epidemic coronavirus which has spread all over the world, Ebola virus has knocked in Congo. This has been confirmed by the local authorities as well as the World Health Organization. According to the information, six new cases of Congo Ebola have been reported, four of them have died. According to information, Congo health officials said on Monday that 6 new cases of Ebola virus have been reported in the western city of Mabandaka. Four of these patients have died.

The virus was first identified in the year 1976. Subsequently, in March 2014, new cases were found in West Africa. So far 2275 people have died due to this virus. This virus is known as Ebola in the Congo itself and the Congo itself has caused the most deaths from this virus.

Ebola Virus in Congo Update

This is the second time after the year 2018, new cases of Ebola virus have been reported in Congo. The Director General of the World Health Organization, Tedros, said that the Congo's Health Ministry has informed the Ebola virus cases. However, in the city where there have been cases of Ebola virus, there has been no case of Corona virus so far. However, nearly 3,000 cases of corona have been reported across the Congo so far. He said that Corona and Ebola have nothing to do with each other.

Ebola is a regional disease in the tropical rainforest region of Africa, which spreads when an infected person comes into contact with fluids released from the body. Symptoms include a sudden onset of fever, weakness, muscle aches, and a sore throat.

Symptoms of Ebola Virsu

This is followed by vomiting, diarrhea and in some cases internal and external bleeding. There is a risk of death from excessive bleeding. In humans, it is transmitted through direct contact with infected animals such as chimpanzees, bats and deer. The spread of Ebola-infected person comes from contact with the fluid coming out of the body. Symptoms include a sudden onset of fever, weakness, muscle aches, and a sore throat. Thereafter, vomiting, diarrhea and in some cases internal and external bleeding are also its symptoms. Excessive bleeding increases the person's risk of death. In humans, it is caused by contact with infected animals, such as bats, chimpanzees and deer.

Fever
Weakness
Muscle aches
Sore throat

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