In the DRC, the head of Ebola response coordination held a press conference on Sunday to take stock of the situation and vaccines.
Professor Jean-Jacques Muyembe said the health of the two patients interned last week at the Goma Treatment Centre had improved. This is the wife and daughter of the goldsmith who died last week.
The goldsmith, considered the second case recorded in Goma, had come from Mongwalu in the neighbouring province of Ituri, to join his wife and their ten children living in a working-class area of the city.
The first case discovered in Goma was detected in mid-July. This was a man presented as a
pastor from Butembo. The day after his death on 17 July, the World Health Organization had elevated the tenth outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in the DRC to the status of a global health emergency.
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