Recently, Mbandaka, the north-western city of the African country, witnesses Ebola knocking its door. Post the Mbandaka reported the presence of Ebola, the Congo officials conveyed that the Ebola outbreak has entered a “new phase.”

Until now, twenty-three deaths have been reported due to the Ebola outbreak. Fortunately, these Ebola positive cases are present in the isolated regions. Sources say it will assist the agencies to encircle and destroy the deadly virus in the isolated areas itself.

The Ebola outbreak prompts the United Nation’s World Health Organization to conduct an emergency meeting tomorrow. The principal strata of the meeting will be the preventive measures to tackle the spreading of the deadly virus to other countries.

Christian Lindmeier, today said that The WHO’s expert committee would decide whether to declare a “public health emergency of international concern which would trigger more international involvement, mobilizing research and resources.” Christian Lindmeier is the spokesman of the World Health Organization (WHO).

The population of the Mbandaka is about a million. It is located on the banks of the river Congo. Air transport to the Mbandaka is limited and costly.

Oly Ilunga Kalenga says, “We are entering a new phase of the Ebola outbreak that is now affecting three health zones, including an urban health zone.” Oly Ilunga Kalenga is the Health Minister. The statement reached media on Wednesday evening.

Post the first knock of the Ebola at the northern Ebola river in 1970; the current Ebola outbreak is the ninth knock for the Congo. Ebola leads to internal as well as the external bleeding. The bleeding results on account of the viral damage caused to the blood vessels.

A new vaccine is now available to tackle the Ebola virus. The World Health Organization dispatched its first set of about four thousand shots to the Kinshasa on May 16, 2018. The World Health Organization report reveals that the Health Officials have identified nearly four hundred and thirty-two victims of the Ebola.