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PDPH is currently monitoring risk of a recent outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. Risk remains low for people who have not traveled to areas where the outbreak is currently occurring. PDPH will continue to update this page as more information becomes available about the current outbreak.
|Date of Alert|
|No Health Alerts Found|
|Update on Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak in Central Uganda||Update||Nov 10, 2022|
|Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak in Uganda||Advisory||Oct 11, 2022|
|End of Ebola Outbreak in West Africa & Revised Ebola Screening Guidelines||Advisory||Jan 4, 2016|
|End of Ebola Outbreak in Liberia and Modified Screening Recommendations||Advisory||Jun 23, 2015|
|Ebola Cases Identified in Mali||Advisory||Nov 21, 2014|
The CDC monitors outbreaks of Ebola. The 2022 outbreak began in areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo and into Uganda. For surveillance reports, see the CDC's website.
CDC Testing and Diagnosis Guide
Isolation, Quarantine, and Health Order
Restricted Information. For access, contact the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Division of Disease Control at 215-685-6740 or 215-686-4514 after hours.
Report Ebola cases to PDPH immediately by calling 215-685-6748 during business hours or calling 215-686-4514 after business hours and asking for the Division of Disease Control on-call staff.
There are no patient or community resources for Ebola.