Medical teams have confirmed Ebola to six more people in the outbreak of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), all from the hot spot in Beni, where recent violence has slowed vaccination activities over the weekend, the country's ministry of health said today  the World Health Organization (WHO ) has renewed worries about violence that undermines the response and the decreasing number of Ebola infections in children
Cases in Beni exceed 100
Of the six new confirmed cases, two of which are reported today, involved patients who died in the community who increase the risk of further spread, as the viral load becomes more severe Illness and at the time of death is highest and that people who die outside of health facilities were probably cared for by them were family members and others who were not adequately protected.
Isolating and treating people in isolation is a key element in the outbreak response, and there were continuing reports of community deaths. It is a sign that emergency services find it difficult to identify all active transmission chains.
The six new cases increase the outbreak to 244 cases, including 209 confirmed and 35 likely cases. The new deaths bring the death toll to 1
In its daily update, the Department of Health said the Beni Health Zone cases exceeded 100 and are now at 102.
As feared after another round of rebel violence over the weekend Vaccination activities in Beni are slowing down due to insecurity in some parts of the city, according to the Ministry of Health. To date, 20,939 people have been vaccinated, including 9,853 from Beni.
WHO update identifies safety risks, diseases in children
In their regular situation report, WHO stated that top concerns were the peak of 4 weeks in the past, especially in Beni, and the security challenges faced by the Teams in Beni and Butembo are facing.
"The ongoing security incidents affect both civilians and foremost frontiers and make it more difficult to spread the suspension of EVD defense measures," it said. The Beni vaccination failed on 21 October in Beni following demonstrations following the previous day's attacks, the WHO added. It was also said that investigations into the steady stream of confirmed cases that are not from known transmission chains are a sign that the virus continues to spread unnoticed.  According to a Stat today, increasing numbers report cases that have been confirmed in patients who are not on known contact lists, threatened with measures to stem the outbreak and undermined the effectiveness of the vaccination campaign by a ring-based Strategy to vaccinate contacts of confirmed cases and their contacts
The WHO said that the recent cases of Beni involve a disproportionate number of diseases in children aged 16 years and younger. Out of 70 cases reported since 1 October, 30 (43%) children, 13 children and children were younger than 5 years old. Investigations have been initiated to identify the sources of infection in children and to interrupt transmission
Development, WHO Ebola was confirmed in a health worker from Beni on October 20, the total number of health workers in the outbreak at 21 increased, 20 of them confirmed. Three of them have died from their illnesses.
CDC Director Urged to Keep Ebola Experts in the Outbreak Zone
Director Robert Redfield, MD, said he was trying to put forward arguments for US experts in the outbreak zone, but because of security concerns from Trump officials. Government Overruled Stat Reported Today
Earlier reports suggested the State Department to withdraw the CDC experts a few weeks ago
Redfield said opposite Stat during the opening session of the Milken Institute Future of Health Summit that health officials are at a disadvantage having no CDC expertise on the ground in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and that he would like to see a "small footprint of CDC staff there."
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