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Last week DR Congo declared an outbreak of the highly contagious disease, the eighth to date in a sprawling country five times the size of France.
The outbreak is reported in a remote and hard to reach area and appears to be geographically relatively limited, the WHO said.
Months later it issued more conservative guidelines that suggested containing the waste in a holding tank before releasing it into the water treatment system.
Interferon beta-1a treatment was provided to Ebola-stricken patients and was inferred that viral blood clearance was faster in those patients treated with the drug with decline in clinical symptoms.
The treatment suppressed viral loads significantly and protected the animals from mortality.
By increasing infectivity in human cells, it is possible that these mutations increased Ebola virus spread during the outbreak.
Prof Peter, director of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, said vaccine production is quite slow .
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