Although the HIV vaccine is being offered, the Congo-Kinsha Ministry of Health has launched a new Ebola vaccine that can provide millions of people.
The minister is now relinquishing his power, and so far the second worst case of the Ebola crisis has seen new opportunities for vaccination.
Recently, it was concluded that the Ebola epidemic in Congo-Kinshasa has been linked to the World Health Organization (AIDS), an Ebola epidemic, which has led health professionals and those at risk for the disease to be vaccinated.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that a new vaccine be started at the same time as physicians without it. The new vaccine, developed by American company Johnson and Johnson, has tested positive for humans, but has shown good results. In addition, it must be more than one million.