W. H. O. Says Uganda Ebola Cases Rise Amid 23 Deaths

The World Health Organization – WHO says there have been 36 Ebola cases in Uganda – 18 confirmed and 18 probable cases – since an outbreak was declared last week.
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It said 23 deaths had occurred in three districts of central Uganda, of which five were confirmed cases.
According to the WHO, this was the first Ebola outbreak in Uganda since 2012 caused by the Sudan strain of the disease, for which there are no licensed vaccines.