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The Ebola outbreak in Congo may be spreading, as local health officials found a case of the deadly virus at the border of Uganda, which until now had not been affected by the outbreak ravaging Congo.

The Democratic Republic of Congo reported on Friday that the newest infection is nearly 125 miles away from the nearest known case in the Congo, according to a Reuters report.

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Congo has been struggling with an outbreak of Ebola that had killed 97 people as of Sept. 19, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control.

Even though the World Health Organization declared an end to the outbreak in July, cases are still popping up in the country.

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  1. United Nations can’t be relied upon to even get the information about a deadly disease correct. Am I surprised about that? Sad to say NO, I’m not. I pray that the epidemic does end and really soon for the people there.

  2. Quarantine the country right now before they spread this disaster all through Africa and the rest of the world Ebola is extremely contagious.. Just one carrier on an airplane can infect the whole planeload.It’s no secret that if you don’t wipe a virus out completely it mutates and comes back even stronger. It’s not only their problem, it’s a world health problem. There have been other world health problems, Polio and AIDS, to name two. The Plague and Diphtheria, another two. Two years ago they were celebrating a victory over Ebola. Too soon, they should have waited a few more years before declaring victory.

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