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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the Ebola It has caused the death of 4,447 people in West Africa and estimates that 10,000 cases are registered weekly in December in the three most affected countries: Guinea Conakry, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

However, Bruce Aylward, WHO deputy director-general and coordinator of outbreak operations, is confident that the disease will be controlled worldwide.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has been alert to the development of the disease in the world, so it has confirmed the presence of Ebola in seven countries: Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Senegal, Spain and the United States.

For this reason, several nations, including Mexico, have been prepared to act successfully in the face of a possible detection of the virus. For example, the Mexican health authorities implement epidemiological surveillance actions.

In addition, the correct use of protective suits to treat patients with the virus is practiced and the National Center for Research and Assistance to Burns is set up as a center for the care of patients with Ebola .

 

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However, what has happened since the cases of Ebola in Africa? Next, find out how the virus has been treated worldwide.

October 2014 . WHO declares Senegal free of Ebola and congratulates the country for the control of the disease. In addition, Nigeria is also expected to be free of the virus.

Central Africa quickly controls the Ebola outbreak, while Thomas E. Duncan, who was the first patient with the disease in the United States, dies in the United States.


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