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The WHO Says Congo's Ebola Outbreak Is Still Not A Global Emergency

Newsy Saturday, 15 June 2019
The WHO Says Congo's Ebola Outbreak Is Still Not A Global EmergencyWatch VideoA World Health Organization committee says the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo still isn't an international public health emergency. It's the third time the organization has reached this decision.

The WHO defines an international emergency by three factors: First, it must be "serious, sudden, unusual...
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The WHO says the risks outweigh the possible benefits of declaring an emergency.

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