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Uganda bans public gatherings in Kasese district amid Ebola fears



The World Health Organization has called an emergency meeting after two people, including a five-year-old boy, died of Ebola in Uganda.
The virus has spread since an outbreak began last year in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo.
Now a ban has been placed on public gatherings in the affected areas.
Al Jazeera’s Raheela Mahomed reports.

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7 comments

  1. This is white supremacy populations control agenda

  2. Militia attacks on treatment centers? Well that's just demonic to hurt those, who are trying to help others. Unless of course the treatment centers, are doing more harm, and this sickness is not what people are saying it is. After all, we are being spoon fed, newsfeeds following a certain narrative…

  3. Don't let who in they will just spread the disease like fire

  4. Is it just me, or does anyone else suspect that Ebola virus was created to be a genocide? World depopulation, compliments of the Rothschilds and the other royal families/13 bloodlines that are attempting to dominate the world. That's my guess.

  5. use blood transfusions with cows as a medium to produce antibodies.

  6. When they are washing their hands everyone is touching the same faucet that is not safe

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