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April 29, 2022

A new outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has raised concerns about the risk of regional and international transmission of Ebola  virus.

The resurgence of Ebola virus in  Mbandaka has so far killed  two people .

As of 27 April 2022 , “267 people exposed to the dead ebola patients bodily fluids  have been identified”, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), which considers it “difficult to assess the extent of the Ebola  epidemic” at this stage.

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“The risk of regional and international spread of this Ebola epidemic cannot be ruled out as the town of Mbandaka borders the Congo River and has river and land connections with the capital Kinshasa, the Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic and Angola,” the WHO said in a statement on Thursday.

In addition, the WHO adds, Mbandaka has air links with the province of South Ubangi, which borders the Central African Republic and the Republic of Congo, and with Kinshasa.

the WHO however describes the current Ebola  risk as “moderate” at the regional level and “low” at the international level.

The Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo declared an outbreak this month.

The first patient, a 31-year-old man, started feeling ill on April 5, before dying on April 21.

A second patient, a 25-year-old woman then become unwell on April 13, displaying Ebola symptoms.

She was treated at home for five days, and visited a prayer house, a health center, a pharmacy and a nurse’s home.


This patient, a family member of the first case, tragically died on April 25.

Health officials have so far found hundreds of people who were in contact with both cases.

Ebola virus disease is present in animal reservoirs in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and before this outbreak, the country had reported 13 since 1976.

The virus has an incubation period of two to 21 days, meaning symptoms can take up to three weeks to appear from the time of infection.

Early symptoms of Ebola include:

  • fever
  • headache
  • muscle pain
  • sore throat
  • weakness

They are similar to those of other diseases, making diagnosis tricky in some cases.

Later as the disease progresses, it can cause:

  • diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • rash
  • impaired kidney and liver function
  • stomach pain
  • internal and external bleeding

The Ebola virus disease – previously called Ebola hemorrhagic fever – is a viral infection that occurs in humans and primates.

It causes an acute, serious illness which is often fatal when left untreated.

The virus begins with symptoms including fever, intense fatigue, muscle pain and a sore throat, before progressing to vomiting and diarrhoea as well as internal and external bleeding.

The virus is part of the Filoviridae family, which also includes the Marburg virus.


It was first detected in regions close to the River Ebola, which gave the disease its name.

The UN agency, therefore, does not recommend any restrictions on travel and trade in the DRC.

The risk of Ebola spread in the DRC is considered “high” due to the presence of animal reservoirs and intermediate hosts, the high frequency of Ebola outbreaks in the country, environmental factors and a weakened health system due to ongoing outbreaks of cholera, measles and Covid-19, among others.

This is the 14th Ebola outbreak in the DRC since 1976.

“There is a need to support health professionals in the province to conduct an effective response. In addition, logistical support is needed to reactivate the health infrastructure put in place during previous outbreaks,” the WHO said.




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