South Sudan said Wednesday a mysterious haemorrhagic fever which has killed 10 people near its border with Sudan is "under control."
Two-and-a-half years after Ebola broke out in West Africa, the epidemic is over, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said Thursday, after it declared Liberia free of the virus.
The Ebola epidemic is over two-and-a-half years after it broke out in West Africa, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said Thursday in a release declaring Liberia free of the virus.
The Ebola outbreak in Guinea is over, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said Wednesday, the second time the West African nation has been declared free of the virus.
The Ebola virus has resurfaced in Liberia, where a 30-year-old woman has died of the disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) and local authorities said Friday.
Ebola is under control in West Africa and no longer constitutes a global health emergency, but African countries must remain on alert to counter new outbreaks, the World Health Organization (WHO)...
Ebola no longer constitutes a global health emergency, but a high level of vigilance must be maintained in West African countries to prevent and control new outbreaks, the World Health...
Guinea is experiencing a new Ebola outbreak, with five cases registered in the south-east since March 17, health officials said Thursday.
Liberia closed its border with Guinea this week after a flare-up of Ebola in Guinea, Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nangbe told dpa on Tuesday.
Two family members have died from Ebola in Guinea, the government said on Friday, two days after the World Health Organization said the region was "effectively managing" the virus.
The European Union launched an emergency medical corps Monday to respond to future disease outbreaks, after struggling to react quickly to the Ebola crisis that began in late 2013.
A second case of the Ebola virus was reported in Sierra Leone on Thursday, barely a week after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the outbreak had ended in West Africa.
A woman who died in Sierra Leone on January 12 has tested positive for the Ebola virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, one day after the UN agency declared an end to virus' ...
The World Health Organization has confirmed reports of an Ebola case in Sierra Leone on Friday, a day after the agency declaring the end of the Ebola outbreak in the entire region.
The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history resulted in 11,315 deaths, with 28,637 confirmed cases of infection in eight countries as of Thursday, according to the World Health Organization.