Following deadly attacks on Friday in the city of Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Ebola reaction activity continues.
While the World Health Organization, the Ministry of Health and the team of partners are safe and responsible, the 16 WHO teams have been evacuated to Juma for treatment after their shells were hit by an unexploded bomb.
The actions of the Ebola reaction were about going but limited to the sons on Shabbat.
The vaccine has been suspended and the center of operations has been closed, but teams are still out to communities to track possible case alerts, meet contacts and ensure they are still in good condition, and bring
Patients to treatment centers.
The treatment centers managed by partners remain in operation.
The response was not affected in areas outside Livni. On Sunday, all activities were re-launched, including vaccination.
"Who will continue to work side by side with our firm and partners to bring the Ebola outbreak to the end," said Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. "We respect the memory of these
Who have died fighting this eruption, and heralds the ongoing threats to the safety of those who are still working on its end. "