Buses & Microbuses in Tanzania

Buses & Microbuses in Tanzania
Buses & Microbuses in Tanzania

The World Health Organization has ranked Ebola outbreaks as one of the world’s most threatening, with 5,000 currently reported, as well as 9,400 deaths in the last year. As for people who are infected, the WHO is working to identify and isolate them, and to develop treatments to stop the hemorrhagic fever disease that has been reported to affect between 1 and 10 percent of human populations around the world. But experts say more needs to be done to protect the country’s future.

“There are certainly things we can do,” Dr. Peter O’Brien, a virus expert and head of the WHO’s national virus management center, told STAT at the meeting on Wednesday. “But we also have to take an active role in the health sector. If we can identify and deal with those people, then we can reduce the number of people that are coming into transmission. If we can figure out ways we can reduce the death rate on the side of the nation,” O’Brien said.

CDC (United States) https://jiji.co.tz/buses
CDC has been unable to determine why some African nations have fallen behind. CDC has since revised estimates of transmission rates in countries such as Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. So far, the agency has only released numbers of those affected. But the number of countries that have seen increases in the number of new cases of the disease is increasing. And as the number of people