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Nigeria begins preventive measures against possible Ebola outbreak

By Reuters
02 November 2022   |   5:32 am
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control says it's Incident Coordination Centre is now in alert mode, as well as other measures to prevent the potential outbreak of the Sudan strain Ebola Virus detected in Uganda in September this year.

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