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Congo Is Free of Ebola for First Time in More Than Two Years


The Democratic Republic of Congo declared an end to its latest Ebola outbreak after deploying vaccines to some of the world’s most remote jungle communities, marking a victory for the vast central African nation after battling the highly contagious viral disease during a simultaneous coronavirus pandemic.

There haven’t been any new cases of Ebola in Congo’s remote Equateur Province for the past 42 days, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, bringing an end to the outbreak first detected in the forested region nearly…

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