In an effort to stop the spread of the disease and treat infected patients, the WHO Department of Service Delivery and Safety is continuing to provide leadership on IPC in the ongoing response. To deliver on this commitment, the IPC team is currently working closely with countries on specific and focused IPC projects and some team members, including myself, are undertaking frequent missions to the countries concerned. The experience so far has been exciting and very positive, with many lessons learned and outstanding collaborations with national colleagues and partners.
Ebola Numbers in countries with widespread
Ebola virus is spread mainly by contact with the body fluids of symptomatic infected persons. Stopping transition can be achieved by a combination of early diagnosis, contact tracing, patient isolation and care, infection control and performing safe medical burials.
Till now number of cases still out of control, we will give you daily updated figures about the Ebola numbers in countries with widespread cases in the most affected countries; Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone Read more…