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Tanzania ‘not sharing’ data on suspected Ebola cases: WHO

By DW
23 September 2019   |   12:56 pm
The World Health Organization has said it learned the East African country has one confirmed and two suspected cases of Ebola. The latest outbreak has already spread from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Uganda.

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