WHO pledges urgent aid after Guinea health officials warn of new Ebola ‘epidemic’

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The World Health Organisation pledged emergency assistance to Guinea on Sunday after the country’s health agency said it was seeing a new Ebola “epidemic”, including the first deaths from the disease since 2016. The Democratic Republic of Congo also confirmed a fourth Ebola case in North Kivu province.

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