The Democratic Republic of Congo has declared the end of its 14th Ebola outbreak after less than three months. This, Reuters reports as the World Health Organisation said on Monday that “thanks to the robust response by the national authorities, this outbreak has been brought to an end swiftly with limited transmission of the virus”. Vaccination in particular has played a key role in containing recent outbreaks, and was launched just four days after the latest outbreak was declared. There were in total four confirmed cases and one probable case, all of whom died.