Good news also came from Uganda which has been battling an Ebola outbreak since September in 2022. Apparently, since November 27, no new cases of Ebola have been detected meaning the Health ministry handled this issue properly.
If this holds for a little while longer, the outbreak will be declared over. The country will be fully back to normal since covid-19 has been defeated.
The Covid-19 pandemic broke out in Wuhan China in 2019 and spread to the rest of the world shortly after that.
It caused a worldwide pandemic which led to strict restrictions in order to be able to contain the spread as scientists figured out a way to prevent and treat it.
As for Ebola, it first broke out in September in the districts of Mubende and Kasanda. The districts were immediately locked down to contain the virus. It claimed the lives of over 150 people before it saw its last patient discharged on 2nd December 2022.
The WHO is also set to celebrate its 75th anniversary this very year and it said more details on this will be shared soon.
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