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WHO confirms origins of separate Ebola outbreaks in Guinea, DRC

By AFP
20 February 2021   |   2:06 pm
The World Health Organization's Africa chief speaks on patient zero for the separate, unlinked outbreaks of Ebola in Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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