Article by Mohammad Yasir Essar was Published in another Prestigious International Journal.

Another Achievement by Kateb Research Center!

A research article by Mr. Mohammad Yasir Essar, a researcher at Kateb Medical Research Center, entitled “Ebola Outbreak amid COVID-19 in the Republic of Guinea: Priorities for Achieving Control” was published in the prestigious international journal of “The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene” with the affiliation of Kateb University.


In February 2021, a new Ebola outbreak occurred amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in the Republic of Guinea. Technical committees and Ebola mitigation mechanisms used during the 2014–2016 Ebola epidemics, have been redeployed by the public health organizations and African health organizations. As the burden on the local healthcare system is rising, fears of socioeconomic disruption are growing as well. Strategies used during the previous epidemic need to be reactivated, and new measures taken during the challenges of COVID-19 are being considered. This perspective discusses the available evidence regarding the epidemic of Ebola in Guinea amid the COVID-19 pandemic, highlights the challenges to be prioritized, and provides evidence-based recommendations.

Interested people can find the article here.

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