DRC Ebola News (2/28/20)

There were 0 **new cases** reported on February 28th. DRC MoH Statistics/WHO AFRO Dashboard (as of February 28th) [WHO AFRO Dashboard](http://who.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/e70c3804f6044652bc37cce7d8fcef6c){:class=”icon-external-link”}{:target=”_blank”}{:rel=”noopener”} **Total cases:** 3,444 * Confirmed cases: 3,310 * Probable cases: 134 * Suspected cases: 446 **Deaths:** 2,264 **Vaccinated:** * 298,209 (Merck Vaccine) * 17,613 (Johnson & Johnson Vaccine) ## Twitter ### [Tweet by Helen Branswell](https://twitter.com/HelenBranswell/status/1233146730931159043){:class=”icon-external-link”}{:target=”_blank”}{:rel=”noopener”} – 2/28/20 @HelenBranswell These are the nicest words I've read all month. (see screen shot) Bonus: yesterday was another 0 case day in North Kivu's [#Ebola](https://twitter.com/hashtag/Ebola?src=hashtag_click) outbreak.

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