STAT News: Second Ebola vaccine set to be used soon in Democratic Republic of Congo

MSF vaccinated people in Democratic Republic of Congo against Ebola in 2019. MSF teams run vaccination campaigns across the globe to prevent diseases in places where health care is limited for people who get sick.
Democratic Republic of Congo 2019 © Gabriella Bianchi/MSF
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The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ministry of Health will soon introduce a new Ebola vaccine manufactured by Johnson & Johnson as part of a large-scale clinical study in areas of the country affected by the ongoing Ebola epidemic. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) will be a partner in a consortium of international organizations involved in planning and implementing the study. View external media