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The WHO commended the efforts of Rwanda's Ebola preparations



WHO WHO Health Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Thursday praised Rwanda for the continued efforts of Ebola Prepay and proved that no Ebola cases have been recorded from the country until now. "

" The Rwanda project is active and engaged in Ebola preparations at all levels since the outbreak was announced almost a year ago in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo. We are praising the actions taken today and confirm that there are no Ebola cases in Rwanda up to now, despite the high level of traffic and people's movement between the two countries, "said Dr. Tedros. [19659002] Rwanda has detailed National Preparation The plan puts and training health workers on early detection and response, educating communities about Ebola, vaccination of health workers in hazardous areas, assisting in facilities health, and conduct of simulations for maintaining high levels of readiness.

Screening for Ebola symptoms at entry points continue to be the outbreak of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and is reinforced since the confirmation of a case in the town of Goma of Congo. Thousands of people cross the border from Goma to Rwandan city of Gisenyi each day. crossing the border checks their temperature, washing their hands, and listening to Ebola awareness messages.

The Ebola Treatment Center was established in Rwanda and 23 separation units are being prepared in hospitals in 1

5 district priorities. The Ebola response simulation was conducted at the Kanombe Military Hospital, Gihundwe District Hospital, Kamembe International Airport, and Rugerero Ebola Treatment Center to test the preparation of Rwanda in response to a case, which included the Activation Center Activation Center, active monitoring, case management and laboratory testing. Approximately 3000 health workers in hazardous areas are vaccinated as a measure of warfare, including more than 1,100 in Gisenyi.

"Rwanda has made huge investments in Ebola preparations," Dr. Tedros. "But as the outbreak continues in the Democratic Republic of Congo, there is a real danger that has spread to neighboring countries. We urge the international community to continue to support this critical work."


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