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the World Health Organization sounded %HESITATION ran a global alarm on Wednesday declaring the Democratic Republic of Congo's abode outbreak in international and the agency it's only the fifth disease epidemic to have been given that status , since the outbreak eleven months ago almost one thousand seven hundred people have died the W. H. O. has previously said hundreds of millions of dollars and need it to prevent it from spreading and costing even more loss of life nearby countries are most at risk but despite its emergency status the WHO's says it's not yet a global threats it's cooling on the international community to not to place travel or trade restrictions on the unstable region such restrictions force people to use informal and I'm monitored border crossings increasing the potential for the spread of diseases , communities and helping to educate people on how to protect themselves from the disease dot on a campaign of vaccinations and help keep it confined to two provinces in northeast Congo but with the death of a pasta in a city of two million people the WHO's says it says quote worrying signs of a possible extension to the academic