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WHO pledges urgent aid after Guinea health officials warn of new Ebola ‘epidemic’


A new Ebola virus outbreak has been declared in the West African country of Guinea which has claimed three lives so far, according to the World Health Organization. The outbreak was declared in the rural community of Goueke in N’Zerekore prefecture after three Ebola cases were confirmed by the national laboratory, marking the first time the disease has been reported in the country since an outbreak ended in 2016, the Africa office of the global health body said in a statement on Sunday. “Initial investigations found that a nurse from the local health facility died on 28 January 2021. Following…

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