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Uganda’s Ebola outbreak ends, leaving relief and unanswered questions.

For 42 days now, there is no new Ebola infection detected in the country because yesterday,World Health Organization and the Ugandan Ministry of Health said and declared that these most mysterious disease is at end.

screening and monitoring of travelers from Uganda by United States of America ended yesterday due to believe that the disease has ended.

The outbreak begin in the country from 20 September last year and 164 so far have been confirmed with the infection and a totally of 55 people have died but 22 people have also died and they are being suspected to have died because of this disease.

The last patient who was found with the infection was a baby of 28 weeks who tested positive from the disease,it is believed that the infection was from his mother who was infected and has already recovered.

The scientist and really challenged and they are doing experiments to test whether the virus can cross the placenta into the unborn child.

Medical workers walk inside the Ebola isolation center of Madudu Health Center III, in the village of Madudu, in the Mubende district of Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter.

By this survey, they declared that the Ebola outbreak has ended due to the measures the people have taken on their environment.

The symptoms of Ebola includes: fatigue, headaches, muscle and joint pain, and eye problems and they can last for years before they are revealed. Those who have recovered will be added another dose to avoid the outbreak of another virus.

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Acero, Uganda’s Minister of Health, said in a statement that the Uganda country have put a lot of swift to ensure the end of this pandemic by ramping control measures such as surveillance, contact tracing and infection, prevention and control.we are also put many health workers in different hospital and dispensary.

Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director for Africa,also said in a statement that they are hopping for Africa because where the infection rented in the big city of Uganda have been supplied with doctors and offices to ensure our countries are safe.

Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky concluded by saying that he is thanking the Government of Uganda, local health workers and global public health partners who is trying to ensure the end of this pandemic.


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