Ebola outbreak in Uganda worsens amid hope for vaccines | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
As the first doses of candidate vaccines against the Sudan Ebola virus are expected to arrive in Uganda in the coming days, World Health Organisation (WHO) is boosting efforts to support the government-led response against the outbreak...
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REUTERS/Denis Balibouse As the first doses of candidate vaccines against the Sudan Ebola virus are expected to arrive in Uganda in the coming days, World Health Organisation (WHO) is boosting efforts to support the government-led response against the outbreak, which has affected nine districts, including three complex urban environments.WHO Regional Director for Africa, Dr.SPAR MARKET has also organised several engaging games for their customers to win amazing prizes at all their stores nationwide, ensuring that SPAR MARKET Black Friday is going to be one of the biggest and best yet.Matshidiso Moeti, yesterday, during a virtual press conference, said a WHO committee of external experts has evaluated three candidate vaccines and agreed that they all be deployed to Uganda for a clinical trial against the Sudan Ebola virus – one of the six species of the Ebola virus genus.” In this article.Moeti said, unlike the Zaire Ebola virus, which sparked most of the recent outbreaks, there are no approved vaccines or therapeutics for the Sudan variant.Lt.The latter hypothesis falls within the province of this article.
Col Dr.Henry Kyobe Bossa, Incident Commander, Ebola outbreak, Ministry of Health, Uganda, joined Moeti.Also on hand from WHO, to answer questions, were Dr.Yonas Tegegn, WHO Representative in Uganda; Dr.Patrick Otim, Incident Manager for the Uganda Ebola outbreak; Dr.Against that backdrop, what claim could humanity enduringly and justifiably level at civilisation, beset by seemingly endless strife and wars? That historical context, juxtaposed with the futility of an endless concourse of warring nations; the failure of the League of Nations (1920-1946); which could neither enforce its own covenants to prevent wars, like the expansionist Italian War of Aggression (1935-1937) against Abyssinia (Ethiopia); nor attract US participation and clout; deliberate intentionality regarding safeguarding global order and peace, was apprehended by sovereign nations.
Ana Maria Henao-Restrepo, Co-Lead Research and Development Blueprint for epidemics, Health Emergencies Programme; Dr.Walter Fuller, Technical Officer, Antimicrobial Resistance Programme; and Dr.Cheick Diallo, Technical Officer, Strategic Information.Moeti said the aim of the randomised trial is to evaluate potentially efficacious candidate vaccines, and to possibly contribute to ending the ongoing outbreak and protect populations at risk in the future.In this article.2 of the Charter aims to develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and to take other appropriate measures to strengthen universal peace.
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