New Ebola Outbreak In Central Africa Creates Panic and Fear

New Ebola Outbreak In Central Africa Creates Panic and Fear

Fresh reports reveals that Ebola outbreak in central Africa Republic is generating terrible fear and panic.
It was gathered that news of the recent pandemic traveled slowly since it’s in a remote region of the country. However, with the latest crisis within this region of Africa, they’ve been 11 suspected cases, including three deaths.

Based on scientific research and studies, Ebola spreads from person to person via direct contact with body fluids or with other mammals that are also infected with similar disease — these includes bats, monkeys and apes. The disease has a mortality rate of approximately 60%.

Health analyst from central Africa Republic has lamented seriously about the impact this has created on their health system and reputation, and that fresh results will be made public soon. The World Health Organization says it’s working with local authorities to efficiently and professionally combat the spread of the virus.

Furthermore, scientist have revield that there are 12 vaccines in development that may practically work against the Ebola virus, but none of them have had large-scale testing so far. WHO thinks this outbreak might be a good chance to test at least one of them.

It should be recalled that the last Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo killed 49 people in 2014.