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Posted 28 January: The Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS) has reported that two people suspected to have Ebola in the southern district of Pujehun were detected on 27 January. No further information is available on whether these two people are contacts in the recent cluster.
The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has reported that two people suspected to have Ebola in the southern district of Pujehun were detected on 27 January. No further information is available on whether these two people are contacts in the recent cluster.
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International SOS has released a new mobile app designed to help share its medical and travel information on Ebola.
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11 July 2014
• Number of June requests for advice up 400% on May
• Education toolkit made available to UN and other organisations
• Risk to business travellers is low, but vigilance required
International SOS has seen another rise in the number of requests for advice on Ebola in recent weeks.
Since 1 March, 2014 the medical and travel security group has received hundreds of requests for advice on the outbreak, which has spread to different countries in West Africa.