Ebola

Nov 6, 2018
The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has become so serious that international public health experts should consider that it may not be able to be brought under control and it could become entrenched.
May 3, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention joined the global public health community in marking the end of the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s North Kivu Province, 42 days after the last survivor tested negative for the virus.
Mar 3, 2021
With Ebola outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Guinea, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reminding U.S. health care personnel about its Ebola infection control guidance.
Feb 17, 2021
Health officials in Guinea Sunday declared an Ebola outbreak in the nation’s southeastern N’Zerekore prefecture after confirming three cases in the rural community of Gouéké, the World Health Organization reports.
Nov 18, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention joined the global public health community in marking the end of the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Equateur Province.
Oct 15, 2020
The Food and Drug Administration Oct. 14 approved Inmazeb for treating Zaire ebolavirus infection in adult and pediatric patients.
Aug 24, 2020
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has reported 100 confirmed or probable Ebola cases and 43 deaths in Equateur Province since June 1, the World Health Organization reported.
Jun 26, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention joined the World Health Organization to declare the end of the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Dec 20, 2019
The Food and Drug Administration yesterday approved the first FDA-approved vaccine to prevent Ebola in adults with Zaire ebolavirus, which killed more than 10,000 people during a 2014-2016 outbreak in West Africa.
Oct 14, 2019
The Food and Drug Administration last week authorized marketing of a rapid diagnostic test to detect Ebola virus antigens in human blood from certain living individuals as well as samples from those recently deceased who are suspected to have died from Ebola.