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  Posted on: Thursday, December 27, 2018
Protests disrupt response operations in two Ebola hot spots
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Demonstrations in the wake of an announcement that general election voting will be delayed in certain Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) cities included vandalism at some of Beni's Ebola facilities that sent some patients awaiting test results fleeing into the community.

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