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04 FEBRUARI 2015-21:18

AANTAL EBOLAGEVALLEN STIJGT WEER

#EBOLA

124 mensen in de week tot 1 februari.

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Sinds het begin van dit jaar daalde het aantal nieuwe ebolagevallen wekelijks, maar in de week tot aan 1 februari was er weer een stijging.

Volgens de Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie WHO werden er 124 mensen ziek, waarvan tachtig in Sierra Leone.

Ook in Guinee waren er 39 nieuwe gevallen, in Liberia slechts vijf. Toch waren ook dat stijgingen ten opzichte van de week ervoor. Volgens de WHO is de stijging een "significante horde'' die genomen moet worden in de strijd tegen de epidemie. Bovendien, zo waarschuwt de organisatie, is de ziekte in met name Guinee nog erg wijdverspreid. (ANP)
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'Obama haalt veel Amerikaanse troepen terug uit ebola-landen'

Gepubliceerd: 11 februari 2015 01:54
Laatste update: 11 februari 2015 01:54

De Amerikaanse president Barack Obama heeft besloten om veel van de Amerikaanse troepen die helpen bij de ebolabestrijding in Afrika terug te halen.
Dat meldt AP.

Het aantal gevallen van ebola in de drie meest getroffen landen Guinee, Sierra Leone en Liberia loopt terug, werd eind januari bekend.

De WHO verklaarde dat de organisatie zich in plaats van vooral bezig te houden met het afremmen van de verspreiding van virus, zich nu meer gaat concentreren op het beëindigen van de uitbraak van ebola.

De WHO noemt het wel opvallend dat van de meeste nieuwe besmettingsgevallen het niet bekend is hoe die mensen zijn besmet. In Guinee was 30 procent van de besmettingsgevallen te herleiden tot het contact met mensen die al ebola hadden. In Liberia is dat 50 procent.

De uitbraak van ebola in maart 2014 heeft aan meer dan achtduizend mensen het leven gekost.

Ebola is op retour, maar juich niet te vroeg

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za 14 feb 2015, 13:01

Wijk in hoofdstad Sierra Leone dicht wegens ebola

Gepubliceerd: 13 februari 2015 19:27
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De regering van Sierra Leone heeft de wijk Aberdeen in de hoofdstad Freetown afgesloten na een plotselinge scherpe stijging van het aantal ebolagevallen.
Dat heeft een medewerker van het regeringscentrum voor de ebolabestrijding vrijdag gezegd. Werkers in de gezondheidszorg gaan in de wijk één voor één de huizen langs, zei hij.

Aberdeen is een sloppenwijk op het uiteinde van het schiereiland waarop de hoofdstad van het West-Afrikaanse land ligt. Hij ligt op korte afstand van de restaurants en hotels die bij buitenlanders populair zijn. Volgens de functionaris zal de quarantaine 21 dagen duren. Volgens het centrum zijn er woensdag zes nieuwe gevallen bekend geworden.

Sierra Leone behoort met Guinee en Liberia tot de drie West-Afrikaanse landen waar het ebolavirus het hardst heeft toegeslagen.

Ebola is op retour, maar juich niet te vroeg

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di 24 feb 2015, 11:26

24 FEBRUARI 2015-09:44

'EXPERIMENTEEL EBOLAVACCIN WERKT'

#EBOLA

De overlevingskans van patiënten lijkt door het middel vooralsnog te groeien.

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Er lijkt een succes te zijn geboekt met een experimenteel ebolavaccin: de overlevingskans van patiënten lijkt door het middel vooralsnog te groeien.

Dat hebben artsen gesteld op de conferentie The Retrovirus in Seattle, meldt NU.nl. De dokters durfden de positieve bevindingen te melden op basis van onderzoek onder 69 ebolapatiënten in West-Arfrika.

Het vaccin moet wel snel na de besmetting worden toegediend om effect te hebben. De artsen houden wel een slag om de arm: ze benadrukken dat het gaat om voorlopige resultaten.
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Vicepresident Sierra Leone vrijwillig in quarantaine wegens ebola-gevaar

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Laatste update: 01 maart 2015 04:21

De vicepresident van Sierra Leone is vrijwillig in quarantaine geplaatst, nadat een van zijn bodyguards afgelopen week overleed aan ebola.
Samuel Sam-Sumana zei zaterdag dat er met zijn gezondheid momenteel niets aan de hand is, maar hij wil "geen risico nemen en het goede voorbeeld geven".

De vicepresident blijft 21 dagen in quarantaine, de incubatietijd van ebola. Ook het personeel van Sam-Sumana wordt de komende weken nauwlettend in de gaten gehouden.

Sierra Leone is zwaar getroffen door de uitbraak van ebola, net als buurlanden Liberia en Guinee. Bijna tienduizend mensen zijn in de drie landen aan de dodelijke ziekte overleden.

Ebola is op retour, maar juich niet te vroeg

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[quote:MostHolyFace:MV8zOTAxNTMyXzFFMTFGQzc2]
"Peter Salama - Deputy Director-General for Emergency Preparedness and Response for the World Health Organisation"

Whilst there has and continue to be outbreaks of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo and bordering nations, including the large multi country outbreak a while ago we all remember, there has been a new outbreak that is of more concern than even that one, though the numbers of infection at the moment are a lot lower.

This is also why I believe there is currently the concern of anyone showing flu like symptoms on planes that are being looked at, in both the USA and also as happened in France.

https://www.godlikeproductions.com/foru ... 901212/pg1

This outbreak is of a strain that is the worst with the highest mortality Called the "Zaire Strain"

""The bad news is that this strain of Ebola carries with it the highest case-fatality-rate of any of the strains of Ebola, anywhere above 50% and higher, according to previous outbreaks," he said. "So, it's the most-deadly variant of the Ebola virus strains that we have."" World Health Organisation.

This new outbreak is in a region of the Democratic Republic of Congo that is called Kivu.

Now Why is this different from before. Kivu is an area with over 150 different Militias and tribal factions fighting.

It is impossible to be able to guarantee or even provide the safety of the response teams to track, isolate and contain the outbreak properly unlike before outbreaks.

There is long deep seated Tribal, Political fighting and a total lack of government control in this area that borders eastern and Northern countries of the DRC in this part of Africa. There is no secure Border as such. Due to the Tribal, Political problems deep seated and long lasting if Patient "zero" is tracked isolated they are very unlikely to be honest with whom they have come into contact with, as if it becomes public knowledge that they are friends with, have a relationship with in any way someone from a particular tribe, Political affiliation, etc. Their lives are at risk and with no Government of Police etc. safety of the civilians its a death sentence to them.

Also the people of this area have a deep mistrust of any International Organisations and the government and officials due to the recent instability and lack of help, and also from what happened very close to here some decades ago whilst the international observers such as the UN just let it happen. The "Rwanda Genocide"

There are reasons for their mistrust and fear, like any "translator" for the Afghani's might have for the international community in current times, being abandoned and promises of safety being broken.

So this is the backdrop to what has been simmering for a while.

knowing this any figures and numbers of actual cases are definitely not accurate and skewed.

The Health Teams cant get into the area and operate safely, their safety and security is very unstable.

Now this outbreak has reached two cities one of a more than 200,000 and one of 1.2 million people.

In addition a lot of people are fleeing the violence en mass as refugees moving away from the conflicts and violence, some might be carrying the disease, they are naturally moving out and away from crossing the close borders escaping the Militias.

This GLP is the perfect Storm maybe we have seen on TV or in Books.

Some Further Information below for your perusal.

"Ebola outbreak WARNING: WHO warns ‘this is what we’ve been DREADING’ after virus SPREADS"

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"“It’s taking all the partners a little longer to get moving in this outbreak to be at the scale required to really deal with what is one of the more complex outbreaks of Ebola we’ve had in recent years,”

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"The office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), warned that rebel violence in eastern DRC was escalating inside the vast country’s Ebola-hit North Kivu province, putting millions at risk.

“Thousands of civilians have fled their burned-out villages, bringing reports of brutal attacks,’’ Andrej Mahecic, spokesperson for UNHCR, said in Geneva.
"

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"Many WHO officials have said the most challenging aspect to this outbreak is its location, a border region where over 100 different militias and rebel groups fight for power. The area is also home to more than 1 million refugees."

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"GOMA, Congo - Democratic Republic of Congo has recorded its first death from Ebola in the eastern trading hub of Butembo, a city of almost a million with links to Uganda that could complicate efforts to control the outbreak, health officials said on Wednesday. "

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Most have been in villages but about 20 cases have been in Beni, a city of several hundred thousand people with close links to Uganda. "

Treating this being sure of Patient Zero, and all contacts, security, trust, with a million refugees being burnt out of there their homes villages with a Hundred differant political religious tribal groups all fighting for power and control against everyone else... in this current outbreak is ... well IMHO like trying to heard cats when surrounded by barking agressive Dogs. Good Luck with all that.

God Bless.

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/08/07/worl ... -outbreak/
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/ ... ak-spreads
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/08/ ... rkers-hard
https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/10 ... Kivu-Ituri
https://oraclenews.ng/ebola-outbreak-sp ... nhcr-warn/
https://www.axios.com/congos-ebola-outb ... 23.html:5a:
https://thetyee.ca/Analysis/2018/09/05/Ebola-DR-Congo/
http://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspect ... i-mabalako
https://www.iafrica.com/congolese-docto ... rity-zone/
https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/ ... 2f47296009
https://twitter.com/petesalama?lang=en
https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/about.html
Edit Spelling links etc.. and add GLP threads related, also remove copyright links not allowed on GLP and info from it.
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Even gejat van Tavistock euhhhhggggg GLP draadje bedoel ik:

https://www.godlikeproductions.com/foru ... 901532/pg1

Desalnietteplus wel actueel dus...
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6/1/2019 - Per the latest WHO weekly outbreak bulletin, the 10 month Ebola outbreak continues unabated in DRC. It's up by almost exactly 30% in the last 21 days.

UPDATE: June 3 WHO Ebola Update:

'the new measures introduced in the past week, along with continued strong reinforcing of community messages, and intense application of proven public health measures, should confine the outbreak to the two provinces currently affected, and bring the outbreak to a close."

This happy gas from the UN, despite 118 known new Ebola cases, and an additional 61 deaths, in just the last week. I'd love to be wrong, but it sounds like someone is whistling past the graveyard here. Those new cases alone would be a significant outbreak. That many amidst all possible medical efforts, and nearly 130,000 vaccinations, points to them losing this battle rather decisively. Time will tell.

UPDATE II: London UK Guardian, June 4th:
"Aid agencies, infectious disease experts and the WHO say it will be very hard to bring this outbreak under control, even though they have had vaccines and experimental drugs from the outset.

There is almost no functioning state in much of eastern DRC and an almost total lack of basic services such as power, education, roads or healthcare. The authority of the government only extends to the edges of urban areas."
{This is 2014 redux.
WHO is saying in their published reports "We've got this", everyone else is saying "This sh*t's an out of control inferno!"

90 days later we had Ebola in Dallas.

This is also the first official acknowledgement that officially published numbers no longer reflect reality. You can now apply a Fudge Factor of 50% to all published numbers, until further notice.

That's admitting that things are a full-blown disaster.

Best start getting your sh*t together, people.
This one's going to blow containment. -A.}


The Good
They've vaccinated nearly 125K people, with an experimental vaccine that appears to confer >99% effectiveness against Ebola. (For the 1K or less people who contracted it anyways, don't worry, most of them are dead now.)

The Bad

1) Despite vaccinations, progressing at some 1000 per day, for a non-zero number of cases (currently it's something like 5% of all new cases), they have no effing clue where a given case originated, and thus no wild idea whom to vaccinate, or how to throw up a suitable containment ring around them, or how the virus got past them.

2) They are tracing contacts in 17 health zones. The problem with that is there are 22 health zones (think of counties) with active Ebola cases in the last couple of weeks. Imagine being missed by 17 out of 22 cars as you cross in a crosswalk, and you begin to appreciate why this is a problem.

In the five other zones (23%) where there is zero contact tracing, they have no idea what the disease is doing.

The Ugly

In this current outbreak, in 50% of cases, fever as a presenting sign is completely absent.
(Fever, we remind you, is how grade-school dropout customs screeners in 126 countries check people at the airports for Ebola before letting them in. Including our TSA wizards here in the U.S. It's really the only thing they can check that can be mastered by 80 IQ government employees worldwide. Sleep tight.)
Short of laboratory testing everyone (which they aren't and cannot do in nearly 1/4 of the Hot Zone in DRC), and a 40-day quarantine, cases will continue to multiply.
And they are.

Let's look at that over time, since we're at the 10-month anniversary of this outbreak today:

Index case Aug 1
2 cases Aug 1
4 Aug 1
8 Aug 1
16 Aug 1
32 Aug 3
64 Aug 3
128 Aug 31
256 Oct 15
512 Dec 3
1K Feb 24
2K May 12
4K probably about Aug 1

That would be an 11 on the 34-point Scale Of Whether It's Time To Panic, with 34 being Global Extinction Event. And headed to 12 at about 100 new cases/wk, give or take.

And we repeat, as the virus doesn't kill overnight, the correct death ratio number, we pound home, is not the WHO/Wikistupidia math-retarded posted lie of 65% of dead vs. infected, it's those dead now vs. number infected 21 days ago, which gives a consistent and far more reliable lethality percentage around 75%. Because it takes about that long to get it, and then die from it, on a rough average.

USAMRIID and CDC refer to that level of lethality as a "slate-wiper"; it erases populations.

And bear well in mind "surviving" Ebola means you now have it functionally forever, and get to suffer the sequellae of Post-Ebola virus syndrome. {TL;DR: You're still screwed, and life, as you knew it, is over. You aren't going back to your old life ever again. Short answer: don't catch it to begin with.}

Note that by the time it was confirmed as an outbreak this time, it had already doubled 4 times, meaning it probably started two to four weeks earlier, at minimum, but no one noticed until literally 20 people dropped dead with blood shooting out of all orifices. Nominally, on Day One. Proof of this is that it doubled two more times in the next 48 hours.
Growth slowed notably, mainly because the vaccine and ring vaccination slowed the brushfire down. At first.

And then the local superstition and ignorance kicked in, they started stealing bodies from morgues, burning Ebola treatment centers, and chasing the health teams out at gunpoint, and all hell has broken loose, probably never to be contained, because we don't have the 82nd Airborne in hazmat suits available to shoot idiots at gunpoint to get this back in the bottle.

You know this because it keeps escaping to neighboring health zones and provinces, having now moved some 100 miles outward.
It has surged notably since March of this year, both in terms of numbers, and affected areas. That is an ominous sign.

Bear in mind once again that this area is
a) equatorial jungle, literally right on the Equator
b) listed in all maps relevant as "ungoverned"
c) listed in all relevant maps as "armed conflict zone"

The UN and all local organizations are doing their usual Headless Chicken, thrashing about, but to little effect, and the literature continues to try and paint a happy picture, while ill-concealing their ultimate despair that they'll get ahead of this one.

It continues to be a slow roll-out compared to 2014, but is notably picking up steam.

For the record: The current outbreak in DRC is where West Africa was in mid-August 2014.
Six weeks later, Ebola got to the U.S.
{BLUF: You should start thinking that you've got maybe twelve weeks before it gets here. Again. It may take longer, or less time, or it may not make it here at all. But it looks like it's on the same trajectory, and we're all just one passenger flight away from doing this all over again.}

1000 vaccinations a day is great when you have 100 cases.
When you're working on 2200 cases and counting, and nearly 1/4 of the regions you need to be in are untouched by any effort, the horse left the barn, and you're just marking time on three sides while the whole show departs through the gaping holes in containment.

It's going to get much worse, much faster, probably in a week to a month, when cases start popping up farther afield, where there are no resources or testing, let alone contact tracing, and the percentage of cases with no clear infection chain will go from single digit percentages to mid-double digits rapidly.

And now comes unconfirmed word that we have a number of potential infected refugees in custody on the Southern border of the US. Nobody's saying they have Ebola, just getting all flustercated because they might. {Emphasis added for clarity. -A.}

My default answer is to ignore these reports until it's confirmed, because most of them are indeed false reports, so we'll wait and see how it pans out, as you all should.

But if it breaks out here, we have 11 BL-IV beds, max, to adequately contain that outbreak.
For reference, Mexico has zero beds.
I repeat, Mexico has zero beds.

If it breaks out south of the border, one case becomes 100 cases in about a month, tops, (probably more like a week to ten days) and then the flood of refugees coming here becomes a tsunami (actually, we're there now completely without a pandemic to drive it faster, so picture that when it gets turned up to 11). At that point, f**k a wall. The only way you stop that flow is AC-130s doing minigun sweeps of anything moving within 1/4 mile of the international border, which is going to be hard on the millions of people who already live inside that zone on both sides of the line.



So if Mexico gets one active case, you can cancel Christmas.
America (North, and particularly Central and South) becomes Africa at that point.
Ditto if we get more than 10 cases here in the U.S.

We saw what happens when people at the local big hospital tried to be Emory or Nebraska or The Vault at USAMRIID: it fails, and you knock a 1000-bed major tertiary care facility out for months, for the whole community.
And the virus doubles, despite your best efforts.

With EVD, close isn't good enough, and only counts with horseshoes, hand grenades, and nuclear weapons.

I'm working, and have been, in level I and II trauma centers, and major high-volume ERs my entire career. More since 2014 than before, BTW.

And I'm here to tell you, by the numbers:

1) We aren't ready to deal with this, in any meaningful way, any better than in 2014
2) By "we" I mean any hospital in any city anywhere in North America, and
3) when, not if, this breaks out here, it's going to take out health care as you know it in every affected city, starting with the people who work in them, then patients and visitors. Hospitals will become abbatoirs, morgues, then ghost towns.
4) 911 responders (firefighter rigs and EMT units, and to a lesser extent, law enforcement) will become potential carriers to spread the disease back into the community.
5) anybody, anywhere, with whatever certifications, who tells you anything different is either lying out their ass at both ends, or doesn't know what they're talking about, and anything further they say can be completely discounted as utter bullsh*t from someone too stupid to live, or irredeemably evil.

Good times, huh?

That means no ER, no 9-1-1, no 50 other things people come to hospitals or call the police and fire department to handle. Trauma, heart attacks, strokes, diabetic emergencies, appendicitis, and the whole plethora of modern medicine.
Imagine the police not wanting to get within 20 feet of people on a stop or a call.
Car accidents will become morgue calls.

Because Ebola.

The Monster

The little filovirus in the masthead for these updates is magnified tens of thousand times, in pics that have been around since the mid-1970s.
A period at the end of this sentence would be a ball of virus that numbers 100,000,000 of them.
The number necessary to give you full-blown Ebola is one.

We don't know in what species Ebola resides between outbreaks. Anywhere. Ever.
We don't know how it gets transmitted from them to humans.
No idea whatsoever.

Flecks of infected blood from a human victim who has it can be coughed and sneezed 25', and may linger in the air for up to 10 minutes afterwards.
And that's only considered droplet precautions, because those particles are heavier than air, and eventually settle, unlike true airborne precautions, for something like TB, or pneumonic plague.

Your body won't care which it is if you suck in one of those droplets at the movie theater, theme park, supermarket, or mall, whenever you simply breathe it in anytime you walk within 25' of anywhere anyone has coughed in the last 10 minutes.

Have fun at WalMart, Target, the airport, a theme park, a movie multiplex, a ballpark or auditorium, and the supermarket then.

And before someone starts asking (again?!) about how to "deal" with this, by suiting up:
1) You need a 20-piece hazmat ensemble, a spotter to put it on and take it off, a metric fuckton of disinfectant and disposable items, including gloves, splash-proof goggles, gloves, suits, gloves, hoods, gloves, booties, gloves, droplet barrier masks, and gloves.
2) One break in protocol will be a terminal error.
3) And potentially expose everyone you come into contact with to the virus.
4) And require you to start all over again getting suited up for, or deconned out of, any hot zone
5) Oh, and lest we forget, it's June, and the ensemble inside is hot-as-fucking-hell, and gives the average person maybe two hours' time before they're ready to pass out from heat stroke, before we factor in dehydration, claustrophobia, and sheer panic.
6) Did we mention that hot, tired, dehydrated, exhausted, and panicky people make fucktons of sloppy mistakes?
7) Did we also mention that one mistake can get you and everyone you love or contact killed?

So yeah, fuck the idea of working in hazmat gear. Professionals hate it. With all the resources mentioned above you'll never have.
You?
You don't stand a chance.

Proper protective equipment for Ebola, we repeat and belabor, is several lengths of military-grade concertina, warning signs, a shotgun and supply of buckshot, and small breakable containers with a suitable flame accelerant, for emergency decontamination beyond the perimeter.

Chance of Ebola sneaking up your driveway and into you behind such a perimeter: 0%.

Odds of seeing this material again before the end of the year: better than even.

Happy Summer, kids!
Now do you see why I don't want to bring this up any more frequently?

UPDATE: 116 Africans, including Congolese refugees, caught crossing Rio Grande
What could possibly go wrong?

UPDATE II:
I repeat for the record, as of June 5th, based on available evidence, and barring any changes in worldwide response,

this one's going to blow containment.

Get your preps in order.
When it gets out, if it's near you, it'll already be too late.
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Ik zal toevallig eergisteren de laatste 20 minuten van de film World War Zed en zag net die beelden op mijn netvlies bij het lezen van bovenstaande Ebola verslag... *rillingen* .
Echter gingen de ge-infecteerde populatie in de film niet dood maar werden zombies en dus massaal afgemaakt door de ingeënte "lucky few" ... Dit de zoveelste Hollyweird Zombie film die ons onderbewustzijn moet voorbereiden op een dergelijke massa uitbraak.

De vraag die bij me op komt is of ik in zo'n situatie zou kiezen voor inenting (al is de kans dat het gewone plebs als ik in aanmerking zou komen voor die optie vrijwel nihil) of liever zou sterven? Het idee van al te lange tijd massale gruwelijke sterfte te moeten aanschouwen ? Denk dat ik liever uit bootje stap op mijn eigen voorwaarden..... :-\

Bedenk me net dat haat-baardjes of andere kwaadwillende groepering of natie, zelfs een lone-wolf, heel makkelijk het Ebola virus zou kunnen introduceren in elk willekeurig land(en).... :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o
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zo 08 mar 2020, 16:40

Ik moet heel eerlijk met je zijn, ik ben er van overtuigd dat haatbaarden daar te dom voor zijn.

En terugkijkend naar mijn spiritueel gesteggel de afgelopen jaren, dan zou ik zombie maar eens bij corona optellen en dan wordt misschien wel duidelijk waarom futurama alsnog gecancelled is en the rebirth of atlantis nooit van zn levensdagen plaats zal vinden.

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za 21 mar 2020, 20:57

Einde van dodelijkste ebola-uitbraak ooit in Congo in zicht

Het einde van de dodelijkste ebola-uitbraak ooit in de Democratische Republiek Congo (DRC) is in zicht. Gezondheidsorganisatie WHO meldt dinsdag dat de laatste ebolapatiënt uit het ziekenhuis ontslagen is en dat er al twee weken geen nieuwe besmettingen zijn vastgesteld.

De uitbraak, die door de WHO in juli werd bestempeld als internationale gezondheidscrisis, is officieel voorbij als in 42 achtereenvolgende dagen geen nieuwe besmettingen worden geconstateerd.

Directeur-generaal Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus van de WHO spreekt van "zeer goed nieuws voor de hele wereld", maar de organisatie benadrukt dat de uitbraak nog niet voorbij is. In het oosten van Congo, waar veel rebellengroeperingen tegen elkaar vechten, is het lastig om nieuwe besmettingsgevallen te traceren.

De rebellen bemoeilijkten de strijd tegen de verdere verspreiding van de zeer besmettelijke ziekte, die wordt overgedragen via lichaamsvloeistoffen als bloed, zweet en urine. Bij de huidige uitbraak speelde ook mee dat er veel verkeerde informatie over ebola rondging, waardoor hulpverleners door de bevolking werden gewantrouwd.

Sinds het begin van de uitbraak in augustus 2018 zijn 2.264 personen aan ebola overleden. Bijna twaalfhonderd anderen overleefden het wel. Alleen de uitbraak in West-Afrika van 2013 tot 2016 was dodelijker. Toen vielen meer dan elfduizend doden.

Bron: https://www.nu.nl/buitenland/6034931/ei ... zicht.html

Nog wat meer info:
https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebola-uit ... ka_in_2014
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