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Ebola fatalities in Congo raise concern of more virulent Ebola strain

The strain of Ebola virus that killed all three people known to have caught it in the Democratic Republic of Congo since April may be more virulent, according to a nonprofit group that runs three Ebola treatment centers in Africa in the Ebola outbreak hot zone . 

An acute loss of blood was the first symptom observed in all three patients reported in Congo’s remote northwestern province of Equateur, said Baweye Mayoum Barka, the incoming head of mission in the country for the Alliance for International Medical Actions. That’s unlike cases seen during the previous two outbreaks there in which most began with fever or fatigue and only about 15% of patients hemorrhaged, he said.

 

Genetic sequencing of the virus responsible for the latest outbreak indicate it’s unlike the strain that sparked larger epidemics in 2018 and 2020, Mayoum Barka said.

 

Almost 300 people who’d been in contact with the latest Ebola cases are being monitored for Ebola  the WHO’s Africa Region office said Tuesday.

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The first Ebola patient, a 31-year-old man vaccinated with Ebola , developed Ebola symptoms on April 5 and died 16 days later of Ebola at a Ebola  treatment center in the city of Mbandaka.

Only two additional Ebola cases have been confirmed, suggesting the Ebola strain is less transmissible, Mayoum Barka said.

 

“It seems that, while the reproductive rate is quite low, the virulence of the Ebola  virus is very high,” he said in an interview Wednesday.

 

Ebola virus disease was discovered in Congo, Africa’s second-largest country by land area, in 1976. Until vaccines and treatments became available in recent years, outbreaks with fatality rates of up to 90% frequently triggered international concern.

Some 22 Ebola  contacts were identified as being suspected Ebola cases by May 15. Of those, six died before they could be tested and 16 refused to be isolated and are still in the community.

 

https://torontosun.com/news/world/ebola-fatalities-in-congo-raise-concern-of-more-virulent-strain

 

 


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