Ebola

Ebola

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DR Congo confirmed a record number of Ebola cases in one day on Wednesday, as stigma continues to surround survivors. ...
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KINSHASA — The Democratic Republic of Congo declared its two-month Ebola outbreak officially over on Saturday after 42 days without recording a new case of the disease. ...
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Health authorities quarantined hundreds of people in northern Sierra Leone on Monday after a 16-year-old girl died of Ebola in an apparent case of sexual transmission, the first confirmed death from the virus in the district for nearly six months. ...
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AFTER six weeks of working in the Ebola infested parts of Sierra Leone and Liberia, two of the locally based World Health Organisation (WHO) doctors are back in the country to a heroes’ welcome. ...
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DAKAR — For some Ebola survivors, overcoming the lethal viral assault has not heralded a full return to good health. An array of ailments including headache, joint pains. ...
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ZIMBABWEAN Mobile Network Operators yesterday came together in a bid to support the fight against Ebola in West Africa. ...
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FREETOWN — The outbreak of the deadly Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone has dwarfed the campaign against HIV and Aids, to the extent that patients no longer go to hospitals and treatment centres out of fear of contracting the Ebola virus. ...
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AFRICA cannot just get a pass on Ebola. Once the virus is overcome, the continent must be made to put its money where its mouth is on the disease. ...
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Last week, the world’s stock and bond markets swung wildly. ...
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HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa has said his ministry urgently requires an additional $3,5 million to adequately prepare for an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus. ...
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ZVISHAVANE-BASED platinum mining company, Mimosa Mines, yesterday donated medical equipment worth about $100 000 to the Ministry of Health and Child Care to beef up the country’s anti-Ebola surveillance programme. ...
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A HEALTH expert has raised concern over the Ebola outbreak, warning it will likely affect funding for HIV and Aids. ...
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HARARE City Council yesterday said it was prepared to deal with any suspected cases of Ebola in the event that the disease finds its way into the country ...
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Whenever a “new” disease comes up, which happens quite often in an integrated world, people get into panic mode. ...
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HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday said the two suspected cases of Ebola at Chitungwiza SouthMed Hospital and Wilkins Hospital in Harare were not related to the virus as tests had proved negative. ...
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THE Ministry of Health yesterday issued a statement dispelling fears of a suspected Ebola case at Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare. ...
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AT least 15 buyers from Botswana have withdrawn from next month’s tourism expo while the African Marketing Summit scheduled for Victoria Falls has been postponed as the country pays the price of “reckless statements” on the Ebola disease. ...
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The outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa evokes both sadness and self-introspection for many an African. ...
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HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday said government was on the verge of imposing a travel ban to and from Ebola-hit West African countries. ...
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SOUTHERN Africa Tourism Update has disclosed that there is no reported Ebola case in the region. ...
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IT has come to our attention that a fraudulent image purporting to be that of NewsDay with the screaming headline EBOLA OUTBREAK is circulating on social media especially on WhatsApp. ...
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A ZIMBABWEAN doctor, Lincoln Charimari, has flown to West Africa to give a helping hand in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus outbreak. ...
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Seychelles have forfeited their 2015 African Nations Cup qualifying tie against Sierra Leone after refusing entry to the West African nations’ football team because of fears over the Ebola virus. ...
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