Rappler's latest stories on Ebola in DR Congo
The epidemic in the east broke out in August 2018 and killed a total of 2,227 people
The 11th Ebola outbreak in the vast central African country's history comes just weeks before it had hoped to declare the end of the 10th in the east
There have been fewer attacks on Ebola teams by armed groups, which means health workers have 'recovered some of the lost time to contain the spread of the epidemic'
The health ministry says 4 other experimental drugs had been approved for treating infected patients
Government has decided to make treatment free in Beni, Mabalako-Mangina, and Oicha for 3 months starting August 20
'On the basis of statistics, we can say that the situation has stabilized but the war is not over, we must reinforce vigilance and surveillance,' says WHO chief Tedros Adhanom