Depuis le début de l’épidémie, le cumul des cas est de 3.296, dont 3.178 confirmés et 118 probables. Au total, il y a eu 2.197 décès (2079 confirmés et 118 probables) et 1074 personnes guéries.
• 544 cas suspects en cours d’investigation ;
• Aucun nouveau cas confirmé ;
• 1 nouveau décès de cas confirmés, dont :
o Aucun nouveau décès communautaire n’a été enregistré ;
o 1 nouveau décès des cas confirmés dans le CTE au Nord-Kivu à Beni ;
• 4 personnes guéries sorties du CTE au Nord-Kivu à 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 163 (5 % de l’ensemble des cas confirmés/probables), dont 41 décès
In the 21 days from 7 to 27 October 2019, the number of affected health areas has remained the same, with 16 health areas and nine health zones reporting cases (Table 1, Figure 3). During this period, a total of 56 confirmed cases were reported, with the majority coming from the health zones of Mandima (54%; n=30 cases) and Mabalako (18%; n=10 cases).
As of 27 October 2019, a total of 3264 EVD cases were reported, including 3147 confirmed and 117 probable cases, of which 2181 cases died (overall case fatality ratio 67%). Of the total confirmed and probable cases, 56% (1838) were female, 28% (926) were children aged less than 18 years, and 5% (163) were healthcare workers.
UNICEF trained 211 parents, 11 caregivers and 15 partner organisation staff members on EVD prevention in ECD centres, including on child-sensitive discourse on EVD in families.
• Key health officials in 15 districts were trained and equipped to conduct infection prevention and control activities for Ebola.
This document presents a consolidated summary of urgent activities
required to advance preparedness, as elaborated in each country's
national plan, with a particular focus on Priority 1 countries. It
presents the estimated requirements, needs, and gaps for each of the
Priority 1 countries and a summary for Priority 2 countries, as
aligned for the period of July to December 2019.
Eleven (11) districts in Rwanda were initially were considered most at risk of the outbreak, namely:
• Rusizi, Nyamasheke, Karongi, Rutsiro, Rubavu (bordering DRC)
• Musanze, Burera, Gicumbi and Nyagatare (bordering Uganda)
• Kigali city (comprised of 3 localities) due to the presence of Kigali International Airport.
The National Contingency plan was revised in February 2019 and two districts added to the list (Nyabihu and Nyanza), bring total districts at risk to 13. During the timeframe, the operation, however covered the 11 initial districts.
• 3,157 Ebola cases reported, including more than 900 children
• 2,108 Ebola deaths in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
• 12.5 million people at risk in Burundi, Rwanda, South Sudan and Uganda
UNICEF and partners have trained over 10,000 community health workers in Rwanda to visit families and teach them how to prevent Ebola.
Update 27 Agusut 2018