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Fears that Ebola 'lurks under the radar' of immune system

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The new Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo may be linked to the second deadliest in history, sequencing has shown, raising questions about how long the virus can lurk “under the radar” of the immune system.

Health authorities in North Kivu, a region close to the border with Uganda and Rwanda, are scrambling to contain the highly contagious haemorrhagic fever after a three-year-old boy died last week.

There are suspicions that he caught the virus from neighbours in the densely-packed city of Beni, sparking fears that more cases may crop up in the coming days and weeks.

Telegraph report at MSN

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