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Experts Arrive In Region Of Congo's New Ebola Outbreak As Residents Worry

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By Reuters

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BENI, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (AUGUST 2, 2018) (REUTERS) WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) AND GOVERNMENT HEALTH OFFICIALS ARRIVING IN BENI VARIOUS OF WHO AND GOVERNMENT HEALTH OFFICIALS WASHING THEIR HANDS OFFICIALS WALKING OFFICIALS LOADING PACKAGE ONTO VEHICLE VARIOUS OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TALKING TO WHO OFFICIALS VARIOUS OF CONGO'S HEALTH MINISTER OLY ILUNGA WITH WHO OFFICIALS CONGOLESE SECURITY OFFICERS WALKING (SOUNDBITE) (French) BENI RESIDENT, SALAMATI MUTASA, SAYING: "The city of Beni has a gone through a lot, such as the conflicts or women being raped, and today we have to face the Ebola epidemic. We don't know on which foot to stand." (SOUNDBITE) (French) BENI RESIDENT, PATRICK DUNIA, SAYING: "The challenges that we face are enormous. When we look at what happened in the Equator area, it was due to the movement of people and goods, who came from places hit by Ebola and who now have brought Ebola to Beni." (SOUNDBITE) (French) BENI RESIDENT, CLOVIS MUTSUVA, SAYING: "We feel hopeless. We feel like there are two main services that our city has failed to give us, hygiene and the environment. You know here in Beni, many animals are run over by cars, but their carcasses are often left there. A dog can be hit by a car, a chicken or goat can be hit by a car, and their carcasses are left on the road, with no one to clean them off the streets. Unless there is a good Samaritan to remove them, they can stay on the streets for a long time, rotting and decomposing. These services have also been unable to sensitize the population on what good hygiene is." INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS VEHICLE DRIVING
Dateline: 2018

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