Uganda has begun to vaccinate healthcare workers today in Ebola. The epidemic is fearing the spread of the virus from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which has led to the deaths of 186 people.
According to Ungang Health Minister Jane Ruth Aseng, authorities run 2100 vaccines to health care workers working near the western border of Uganda, with the epicenter of the second wave of the virus being just a few miles from the city of Konnego.
The Ebola epidemic, which emerged since August in the northeastern Congo in Afghanistan, has unearthed 298 cases identified in Itura and North Kivu districts. 263 of them are in laboratory.
At the end of September, the World Health Organization (WHO) raised the threat of regional malfunction of the Ebola epidemic due to the diverse transport links and the constant exchange of people.
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