The Democratic Republic of the Congo has reported a second case of Ebola in the northwestern part of the country after declaring a new Ebola outbreak over the weekend, the World Health Organisation confirmed today. WHO regional office for Africa tweeted, that the second case was the sister-in-law of the first case-patient who have both died. The DRC declared the 14th outbreak of the Ebola virus on 23 April after one confirmed case was reported in Mbandaka, a city in the DRC’s Equateur Province.
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