Vatican grants 3 million euros to combat Ebola in Africa

The Vatican announced on Wednesday it will allocate EUR 3 million ($ 3,546,000) to combat Ebola in West Africa and urged the private and public agents to also increase funding aimed at combating this disease. The Holy See reported that “funds will be available to the...

WHO: We expect Ebola infections decline clearly in early 2015

The World Health Organization (WHO) expects that the spread of Ebola virus decline “clearly” in early 2015, a senior official reported this Tuesday. “We are preparing for the future, thinking about how we will be within four to six months, when the number of...

Fight against Ebola in Africa has had a “tremendous progress” according to the UN

The UN believes that a “tremendous progress” is being done in combating Ebola in West Africa, but asked to remain vigilant in order to eradicate an epidemic that has caused about 5,000 deaths. “Ebola is a terrifying enemy and we will not win chasing it. We have...

Ebola spread has decreased thanks to international efforts, according to WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) showed confident on Thursday of the decline in the number of new cases of Ebola virus in “some regions,” particularly in Liberia, the most affected country. Thanks to the international mobilization against the epidemic in West...

WHO: Ebola cases decrease in Liberia

The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on October 29 that the increase rate in new cases of Ebola in Liberia is decreasing, which implies its first hopeful statement about the possibility of starting to bring the epidemic under control. “The number of cases in Liberia...

Australia denies entry to citizens from countries affected by Ebola

Australia will not issue visas to people who come from Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, where an Ebola outbreak was produced, said today the Minister for Immigration, Scott Morrison. This measure was taken to prevent that the epidemic reaches Australia. “That means we do...

Cuban doctors arrive to African countries to combat the Ebola virus

Cuba has sent a new medical equipment integrated by 165 sanitary, to combat the Ebola virus in African countries like Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea Conakry, where more than 4,500 people have already died because of the epidemic. The head of the medical team Jorge Juan Delgado...

United States registers the first infected with Ebola

United States diagnosed its first case of the Ebola virus in a contaminated man in Liberia and who traveled to Texas, a source of the  American health care system informed yesterday. The patient was hospitalized with symptoms that were confirmed as a case of the Ebola virus, said...