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Ebola kills one and three other contaminates in the Congo

The cases occurred in Isiro, bustling market town near the border with Uganda, and involve a different strain of which killed 16 people there last month


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"We can not speak of a direct link between the two epidemics, I think unfortunately it's just pure coincidence," said De Weggheleire.

MSF warned that because of the precariousness of the Congolese health system, it will be difficult to prevent the disease from spreading outside the city.[/
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Will the Candidates Tell Us about Their Policies on Pandemics and Biosecurity?
August 17, 2012

A new strain of H3N2 influenza virus transmitted from pigs to humans has caused U.S. patient cases to spike in the past two weeks. During the same time period, an Ebola virus outbreak in Uganda killed at least 14 people. Both these outbreaks are demanding cooperation among scientists and political leaders.


Back in 2009, the world faced a pandemic H1N1 flu virus outbreak that prompted an additional U.S. vaccination campaign that year and eventually spurred the President to declare swine flu as a national emergency. Now, with U.S. elections around the corner, voters should know how key candidates plan to address future pandemics and biosecurity threats, and whether elected politicians will fund research on these topics and take scientific findings and recommendations into account when making decisions.

To learn where politicians stand on this issue and 13 others, Scientific American has partnered with ScienceDebate.org and asked the presidential candidates—President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney—to address science and technology policy during the campaign. We are also asking key Congressional leaders eight of the 14 questions. For the past few weeks, I have been contacting media contacts at Congress to coax responses. (I can now hum stanzas of all hold music played on these politicians’ phone lines.) I gave the Congressional leaders an August 24 deadline, and as yet only Rep. Henry Waxman’s staff has responded with a promise to answer.

SA health and medicine editor Christine Gorman posted the full set of 14 questions here and examined the first three in detail on a weekly basis. Thus far..
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Ebola patients bounce back to good health but suffer stigma [link to swineflumagazine.blogspot.com]
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DRC: Ebola kills 7 people in Eastern Province

August 17, 2012

The epidemic of Ebola virus was declared the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Minister of Public Health, Felix Kabange Numbi said that this Friday, August 17 twelve cases including seven deaths were recorded in Eastern Province. It invites the public to observe measures of individual and collective hygiene, indicating that to date there is no drug or vaccine to fight against this epidemic that has resurfaced in Uganda at the beginning of July.


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This seems a very high kill rate for Bundibugyo. It was recorded at around 25% at the last outbreak in 2007/2008. If there are only 12 recorded cases of Ebola Bundibugyo in the DRC now and already 7 deaths, that means the kill rate is nearing 60% (and may rise further, depending on how many more of those 12 cases don't make it).

Ebola Sudan (the strain in Uganda's current outbreak) has a 55% to 65% kill rate. Just sayin'.
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You are right, is is a bit milder
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Human cases/deaths (case-fatality rate)



2007–2008

Bundibugyo District, Uganda

116/39 (34%)
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DRC: Ebola kills 7 people in Eastern Province

August 17, 2012

The epidemic of Ebola virus was declared the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Minister of Public Health, Felix Kabange Numbi said that this Friday, August 17 twelve cases including seven deaths were recorded in Eastern Province. It invites the public to observe measures of individual and collective hygiene, indicating that to date there is no drug or vaccine to fight against this epidemic that has resurfaced in Uganda at the beginning of July.


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This seems a very high kill rate for Bundibugyo. It was recorded at around 25% at the last outbreak in 2007/2008. If there are only 12 recorded cases of Ebola Bundibugyo in the DRC now and already 7 deaths, that means the kill rate is nearing 60% (and may rise further, depending on how many more of those 12 cases don't make it).

Ebola Sudan (the strain in Uganda's current outbreak) has a 55% to 65% kill rate. Just sayin'.
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You are right, is is a bit milder
tomato

Human cases/deaths (case-fatality rate)



2007–2008

Bundibugyo District, Uganda

116/39 (34%)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Treyfish


Whether the fatality rate was previously 25% or 34%, it's way above that now (at least double if not triple). I guess there are a lot of factors involved -- the age and health status of the victims, the level of care they received, etc. We're not given much info, so we can only guess at why the fatality rate is so high in this outbreak compared to the last one.
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Could legitimately be a different strain. DRC has
been the source for other outbreaks. Then again, it's
worth pointing out that the strain determination was
made by the Ugandan government lab. If faced with the
choice of admitting that their containment wasn't/isn't
as effective as they've claimed, or fudging the
determination, so it looks like it just popped up
coincidentally, Uganda might choose the latter. After
all, they both have identical symptoms, containment
procedures and treatments. Add in the fact that the
mortality rate is closer to the values quoted for Sudan,
and you have to wonder.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

According to the distribution diagram, in the above link,
Bundibugyo ebolavirus has only been seen in south western
Uganda. It is also has one of the lowest morality rates.
Making it a good choice as a "separate outbreak".
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KINSHASA, DR CONGO (BNO NEWS) — A serious outbreak of Ebola is believed to be responsible for at least six deaths in the northeastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, local and international health authorities said on Friday. It is unrelated to a deadly outbreak in neighboring Uganda last month.

Three samples taken from two patients were taken to the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) in the Ugandan city of Entebbe where they tested positive for the Bundibugyo species of the deadly Ebola virus. Authorities in the region have so far reported 10 suspected cases, including six deaths, of which nine were in Isiro and one in Dungu.

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Ebola patients bounce back to good health but suffer stigma [link to swineflumagazine.blogspot.com]
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Yes, that's a sad story, that the guy is shunned by his community even though he supposedly didn't have Ebola. However, the article doesn't mention what he actually had. Maybe another case of "throat flu", like the truck driver in Kenya?....
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Proportion of Deaths and Clinical Features in Bundibugyo Ebola Virus Infection, Uganda

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Could legitimately be a different strain. DRC has
been the source for other outbreaks. Then again, it's
worth pointing out that the strain determination was
made by the Ugandan government lab. If faced with the
choice of admitting that their containment wasn't/isn't
as effective as they've claimed, or fudging the
determination, so it looks like it just popped up
coincidentally, Uganda might choose the latter. After
all, they both have identical symptoms, containment
procedures and treatments. Add in the fact that the
mortality rate is closer to the values quoted for Sudan,
and you have to wonder.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

According to the distribution diagram, in the above link,
Bundibugyo ebolavirus has only been seen in south western
Uganda. It is also has one of the lowest morality rates.
Making it a good choice as a "separate outbreak".
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I do wonder. Very serendipitous co-inky-dink.
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WHO reporting Two Ebola cases have been confirmed in the Democratic Republic of Congo. These cases are not linked to Uganda.

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Ebola virus found in Uganda is Sudan strain, in Democratic Republic of Congo is Bundibugyo strain.

Ebola in Democratic Republic of Congo: WHO does not recommend any travel or trade restrictions to be applied


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This is my two cents worth in all this....

I have the name of the person concerned.

In November 2011 I was leaving São Paulo, Brazil going to Johannesburg, South Africa. Our flight was delayed a few hours...so there was much time to chat.

I spoke to a gentleman that stated that he was a Micro-biologist studying in Brazil. He was of African origin. He stated that the institute he worked for while studying in Brazil received a grant from the US in access of 1 Billion USD..... This is what hit me!!!!!!

They developed the first strain of Ebola, but it did not give the results they wished for.

HE WAS NOW RETURNING TO AFRICA WITH A MORE POWERFULL VIRUS!
HIS MISSION WAS TO START INFECTIONS!!!!!!!!

Now, normally I have pretty good perception and can tell the chancers from the true ones.....he seemed pretty truthfull in his statements. I have his telephone and email address here in Brazil.

It only dawned on me now that he acheived what his mission was....US backed off course in cahoots with the Brazilian Government....as the university he studies at and works is state owned.

How low can Humanity go.....this is the question. I come forward with this information risking my life....but if we all don´t stand up and face the truth.....for me, life would not be worth living....Peace to all!!!
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Incidentally......he was going to Congo!!!!
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Uganda – Ebola death toll rises as 19 new cases reported


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Kampala – Two more people have died of the hemorrhagic fever, Ebola following its outbreak in Kibaale district, 200 Km west of Uganda’s capital, Kampala. The two are said to have died last evening, bringing the total number of deaths to 16. Uganda Radio Network quotes the Kibaale district health officer Dr Dan Kyamanywa who identified the deceased as 5-year old Nicholas Asingwire and Frediano Nsabimaana, whose age couldn’t be immediately established. Dr Kyamanywa said the duo died on Monday at their homes and were interred by Ebola burial experts.

URN further reports that Dr Kyamanywa says although the community members put the death toll at 20, his records indicate 16. Meanwhile the number of patients admitted at Kagadi hospital has grown to 19 from seven last evening. Dr Kyamanywa says that the patients have been collected from the sub counties of Nyamarunda, Burora, Bwamiramira, Kyaterekera, Muhorro and Kagadi town council. The patients are now admitted at Kagadi hospital’s Ebola isolation ward.

The health officer attributes the growing number of patients to the continued vigilance by residents who are now readily identifying cases and reporting them to the health personnel. He adds that surveillance teams are already combing through the district to ensure that no infected person is left untreated. Meanwhile, Uganda’s daily New Vision reports that 19 new Ebola cases were this morning reported at Kagadi Hospital in Kibaale district. Mubende district bordering Kibaale has set up an isolation centre center following reports that Ebola patients from Kibaale were flocking the health unit for treatment.

This caused panic as Nurses turned away patients for fear that they could be having the deadly Ebola virus. Mubende Hospital boss is Dr. Edward Nkurunziza is quoted by New Vision saying that the isolation centre would handle Ebola cases if confirmed. Ebola taskforce teams are being set up in neighbouring districts. In yesterday’s address to the nation, President Yoweri Museveni said that at least seven doctors at Mulago Hospital who treated an Ebola patient from Kibaale district have been placed under quarantine.

He also said 13 health workers had been quarantined, after they handled a patient who died a few days ago.
Ebola is a highly infectious disease, which presents with high grade fever and bleeding tendencies. It is very infectious, kills in a short time but can easily be prevented. The signs and symptoms of the disease include fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, headache, measles-like rash, red eyes, and sometimes with bleeding from body openings.

It can be spread through direct physical contact with body fluids like saliva, blood, stool, vomit, urine and sweat from an infected person and soiled linen used by a patient. It can also be spread through using skin piercing instruments that have been used by an infected person. Uganda has seen three major outbreaks over the past 12 years. The deadliest was in 2000 when 425 people were infected. More than half of them died. There is no vaccine for the virus. Symptoms include sudden onset of fever, weakness, headache, vomiting and kidneys problems.
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This is my two cents worth in all this....

I have the name of the person concerned.

In November 2011 I was leaving São Paulo, Brazil going to Johannesburg, South Africa. Our flight was delayed a few hours...so there was much time to chat.

I spoke to a gentleman that stated that he was a Micro-biologist studying in Brazil. He was of African origin. He stated that the institute he worked for while studying in Brazil received a grant from the US in access of 1 Billion USD..... This is what hit me!!!!!!

They developed the first strain of Ebola, but it did not give the results they wished for.

HE WAS NOW RETURNING TO AFRICA WITH A MORE POWERFULL VIRUS!
HIS MISSION WAS TO START INFECTIONS!!!!!!!!

Now, normally I have pretty good perception and can tell the chancers from the true ones.....he seemed pretty truthfull in his statements. I have his telephone and email address here in Brazil.

It only dawned on me now that he acheived what his mission was....US backed off course in cahoots with the Brazilian Government....as the university he studies at and works is state owned.

How low can Humanity go.....this is the question. I come forward with this information risking my life....but if we all don´t stand up and face the truth.....for me, life would not be worth living....Peace to all!!!
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Yes, and you post it on GLP. You just know that's going to do a world of good. All the movers and shakers read these posts. ohyeah
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Uganda – Ebola death toll rises as 19 new cases reported


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Kampala – Two more people have died of the hemorrhagic fever, Ebola following its outbreak in Kibaale district, 200 Km west of Uganda’s capital, Kampala. The two are said to have died last evening, bringing the total number of deaths to 16. Uganda Radio Network quotes the Kibaale district health officer Dr Dan Kyamanywa who identified the deceased as 5-year old Nicholas Asingwire and Frediano Nsabimaana, whose age couldn’t be immediately established. Dr Kyamanywa said the duo died on Monday at their homes and were interred by Ebola burial experts.

URN further reports that Dr Kyamanywa says although the community members put the death toll at 20, his records indicate 16. Meanwhile the number of patients admitted at Kagadi hospital has grown to 19 from seven last evening. Dr Kyamanywa says that the patients have been collected from the sub counties of Nyamarunda, Burora, Bwamiramira, Kyaterekera, Muhorro and Kagadi town council. The patients are now admitted at Kagadi hospital’s Ebola isolation ward.

The health officer attributes the growing number of patients to the continued vigilance by residents who are now readily identifying cases and reporting them to the health personnel. He adds that surveillance teams are already combing through the district to ensure that no infected person is left untreated. Meanwhile, Uganda’s daily New Vision reports that 19 new Ebola cases were this morning reported at Kagadi Hospital in Kibaale district. Mubende district bordering Kibaale has set up an isolation centre center following reports that Ebola patients from Kibaale were flocking the health unit for treatment.

This caused panic as Nurses turned away patients for fear that they could be having the deadly Ebola virus. Mubende Hospital boss is Dr. Edward Nkurunziza is quoted by New Vision saying that the isolation centre would handle Ebola cases if confirmed. Ebola taskforce teams are being set up in neighbouring districts. In yesterday’s address to the nation, President Yoweri Museveni said that at least seven doctors at Mulago Hospital who treated an Ebola patient from Kibaale district have been placed under quarantine.

He also said 13 health workers had been quarantined, after they handled a patient who died a few days ago.
Ebola is a highly infectious disease, which presents with high grade fever and bleeding tendencies. It is very infectious, kills in a short time but can easily be prevented. The signs and symptoms of the disease include fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, headache, measles-like rash, red eyes, and sometimes with bleeding from body openings.

It can be spread through direct physical contact with body fluids like saliva, blood, stool, vomit, urine and sweat from an infected person and soiled linen used by a patient. It can also be spread through using skin piercing instruments that have been used by an infected person. Uganda has seen three major outbreaks over the past 12 years. The deadliest was in 2000 when 425 people were infected. More than half of them died. There is no vaccine for the virus. Symptoms include sudden onset of fever, weakness, headache, vomiting and kidneys problems.
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This is not good news but nevertheless confirms what we out here in the cheap seats suspect -- that the outbreak is far from over, that the death count is still on the rise, and that everything the government says should be taken with a grain of salt.
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WHO reporting Two Ebola cases have been confirmed in the Democratic Republic of Congo. These cases are not linked to Uganda.

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So they say.
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Uganda – Ebola death toll rises as 19 new cases reported


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This story from aug 1st
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I am not following this. Would someone make a list of all the different locations where anyone has died of ebola up until now?

Just thought I would ask.
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It's been officially confirmed in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), but the strain is allegedly different in each country. Uganda has the Ebola Sudan strain and the DRC has the Bundibugyo strain. However, the fatality rate (plus or minus 60%) appears to be the same in both outbreaks.
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47 people contacts are under surveillance IN DRC

Democratic Republic of the Congo (the)
The DRC confirmed cases of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Isiro, Capital of Upper Uele (Eastern Province).

Note for Media No. 47
The Minister of Public Health of the DRC, Dr. Felix Kabange Numbi confirmed Friday, August 17, 2012 the occurrence of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Isiro, County town health district of Upper Uele, about 570 kilometers northeast of Kisangani, capital of Orientale Province.
To date, "a total of 11 probable or confirmed cases (10 to 1 in Dungu and Isiro) with 9 deaths (8 to 1 in Dungu and Isiro) have been reported," said the Minister of Health during a press conference in Kinshasa, adding that laboratory results provided by the Institute of Uganda Virus Research Entebbe (UVRI) have confi rmed two positive cases Ebola Bundibugyo strain Isiro, city of more than 200 thousand inhabitants.
Currently, 47 people contacts are under surveillance in the area of health Isiro which 44 are from the village of Zambasende and 3 of the Health Zone Dungu.
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Isiro: the crisis committee epidemics moves against Ebola
August 18, 2012 at 7:14




Isiro met this Saturday, August 18, the Crisis Committee epidemics Isiro District in Eastern Province has taken measures to restrict the spread of Ebola hemorrhagic fever. The population should not shake hands or be in contact with someone with this disease.

So far, Ebola has killed six people. These latest figures revealed by the Chief Medical Officer of Health District interim, Dr. Jacques Gumbaluka, revise down those Friday who reported seven deaths.

Declared epidemic in DRC Friday, August 17, the Ebola haemorrhagic fever has killed six of the ten suspects registered. For now, few patients are in isolation and other supervision, as stated by the Chief Medical Officer of Health District ad interim:

"Currently, we have two patients in isolation, etquarante-four contacts under surveillance. Of these suspects, there are eleven health professionals and thirty-three family members of suspected cases. "
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Twelve cases including seven deaths. Such is the toll from the epidemic of Ebola haemorrhagic fever have been recorded in the Eastern Province. This was said Minister of Public Health, Felix Kabange Numbi Friday evening before the press. "The Ebola virus is present in Gungu, Isiro, to Vianaga Budjo and Bundi, we are here in the Eastern Province" said Felix Kabange. He invited all Congolese and other foreigners living in the Democratic Republic of Congo strict measures of individual and collective hygiene. [link to translate.google.com]

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A tweet says Rawanda is in on the fun
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Nothing to worry about. The WHO said that everything is under control. violin
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Resurgence of Ebola in DRC

August 18, 2012




Twelve cases including seven deaths victims of the epidemic of Ebola haemorrhagic fever have been recorded in the Eastern Province. This was said Minister of Public Health, Felix Kabange Numbi Friday evening before the press. "The Ebola virus is present in Gungu, Isiro, and to Vianaga Boundi Boudjo, we are here in the Eastern Province," said Felix Kabange...



.... "The Angolan government has ordered the suspension of migratory movements in its north-eastern border," to prevent individuals and diamond smugglers are carrying the virus, citing wrote Angop Health Minister Jose Van-Dúnem. It has also strengthened information campaign on how to prevent the spread of the virus and the epidemiological surveillance of the area...



....Beyond the technical equipment in the laboratories of the WHO, UNICEF, Cdi Atlanta, the Congolese government has allocated about 136 million Franc Congolais pour a strong awareness campaign
to reach the mass extension of the epidemic throughout the Congolese territory, "informed the Minister of Public Health.

[link to www.sangordc.org]

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once again, Treyfish, I appreciate you being allll over this story....many thanks.

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