Depuis le début de l’épidémie, le cumul des cas est de 2.522, dont 2.428 confirmés et 94 probables. Au total, il y a eu 1.698 décès (1.604 confirmés et 94 probables) et 717 personnes guéries.
374 cas suspects en cours d’investigation ;
10 nouveaux cas confirmés, dont 6 à Beni, 2 à Mabalako, 1 à Katwa et 1 à Mangurujipa ;
10 nouveaux décès de cas confirmés :
5 décès communautaires, dont 3 à Beni, 1 à Mabalako et 1 à Mangurujipa ;
5 décès au CTE/CT dont 4 à Beni et 1 à Katwa ;
7 personnes guéries sorties du CTE Mabalako ;
Aucun agent de santé ne figure parmi les nouveaux cas confirmés. Le cumul des cas confirmés/probables parmi les agents de santé est de 136 (5 % de l’ensemble des cas confirmés/probables), dont 41 décès
According to UNHCR, 300,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) are reported to have fled inter-ethnical violence in North Kivu and Ituri and nearly 20,000 people have reached Bunia with the risk that these populations be exposed to Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). UNICEF is contributing to the overall response to this humanitarian situation, jointly with partners, and leading the community engagement component of their support and assistance.
Following the confirmation of three EVD cases from the same family in Uganda since June 11th, UNICEF participated in the cross-border mission in the affected areas conducted by the Congolese and Ugandan Ministries of Health, World Health Organization (WHO) and
On June 14th, the Emergency Committee, led by WHO, expressed its deep concern about the ongoing outbreak but did not declare it as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, partly thanks to the implementation of community engagement
The outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in North Kivu and Ituri provinces, Democratic Republic of the Congo continues this past week with a similar transmission intensity to the previous week. While the number of new cases continues to ease in former hotspots, such as Butembo, Katwa and Mandima health zones, there has been an increase in cases in Beni, and a high incidence of cases continues in parts of Mabalako Health Zone. In addition to these re-emerging hotspots, there are a large number of people with confirmed and probable infections moving to other health zones, with the greatest number coming from Beni Health Zone. The movement of cases causes the outbreak to spread to new health zones and re-emerge in health zones with previously controlled infections. Overall, this underscores the importance of robust mechanisms for listing and following up contacts and understanding the motivations for peoples’ decisions to move
The outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in North Kivu and Ituri provinces, Democratic Republic of the Congo continues this past week with a similar transmission intensity. While the number of new cases continues to easein former hotspots, such as Butembo, Katwa and Mandimahealth zones, there has been an increase in cases in Beni and a high incidence continues in parts of Mabalako Health Zone. After the first reported case in the Ariwara Health Zone on 30 June2019, no new cases have been observed in that health zone. A response team deployed to that zone continues to identify contacts, engage the community, and vaccinate individualsat risk. Response support from the bordering countries of Uganda and South Sudan continuesto support operational readiness activities. Furthermore, resources are beingput towards monitoring the Uganda-Democratic Republic of the Congo border in that area