UN health agency experts to decide whether the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo should still be considered a global health emergency, following a sharp decline in reported cases. The World Health Organization last July declared it a “public health emergency of international concern a designation that gives the WHO greater powers to restrict travel and boost funding. The outbreak was first identified in August 2018 and has since killed more than 2,300 people in eastern DR Congo.
WHO to decide on emergency status of Ebola in DR Congo
Current Affairs Calender