The Ebola outbreak in the DRC has been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. What does this mean for the outbreak response?
Borders are porous between North Kivu province of the DRC and neighbouring countries, so the potential for spread is highly likely.
The current Ebola outbreak in the DRC is devastating vulnerable communities already affected by displacement and violence.
The high stress conditions of an outbreak can spread a dysfunctional culture among those working to fight it. A survey after the 2015 Ebola epidemic quantified the issue – and suggests a better way.
Four new Ebola treatments are being tried out in the DRC.
Without the current experimental vaccine the Ebola outbreak in the DRC has the potential to spiral out of control.
Banning travel might not always be the best way to respond to a disease outbreak.
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The response to the latest ebola outbreak in the DRC has been rapid, well coordinated and well resourced.
By tackling local threats and controlling existing diseases, countries are able to build the capacity needed to deal with future emerging disease threats.
There are a number of challenges that the World Health Organisation's new leader, Ethiopian-born Tedros Ghebreyesus, will have to navigate during his tenure.
The Ebola virus is known to occur in the Democratic Republic of Congo and outbreaks are not entirely unexpected. But health authorities must take swift action to contain the outbreak.
The power to overcoming Ebola was in public awareness by performing simple yet basic infection prevention and control measures like washing hands, isolation and reporting suspected cases.
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A Scottish nurse who was "cured" from Ebola is now back in serious condition after the virus appeared to have re-emerged.