Ebola outbreak in southern Sudan is over, UN health agency announces

Thanks to the effective coordination among national and international health officials, the United Nations today declared the contagious and deadly Ebola virus outbreak in southern Sudan over.

UN health agency says Ebola outbreak in southern Sudan appears under control

Health authorities in southern Sudan say that an outbreak of Ebola – which has killed seven people since it was first reported last month – appears to be under control, according to the United Nations lead health agency.

Ebola death toll in southern Sudan reaches seven – UN health agency

The death toll in the outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in southern Sudan has climbed to seven, with 28 cases in total since last month, according to the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO).

UN health agency continues efforts to control Ebola outbreak in Sudan

The United Nations health agency is working to control an outbreak of the deadly Ebola disease in southern Sudan and is helping authorities in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to alert the local population, increase surveillance and actively search for possible cases.

4 die of Ebola in southern Sudan, UN health agency reports

Four people in southern Sudan have died from Ebola, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) said today, but the agency has recommended no special restrictions on travel or trade as a result of the outbreak and has notified neighbouring countries.