DRC — Flow Monitoring Dashboard (November 2019)

Over the reporting period from 1 to 28 November, a total of 38,940 movements were observed at five Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs) at Points of Entry and Control (PoE/PoCs): Kanyabayonga, Kilolirwe, Mumbambiro, Grande Barrière de Goma, and the Port of Goma. These locations were chosen strategically for the protection of major population centres, the monitoring of cross-border movements, and the monitoring movements between affected and non-affected zones. 
Data from WHO and the Ministry of Health shows that a total of eight health zones were affected during the course of November. Affected health zones are defined as those which experienced a newly confirmed case of EVD from 21 days prior to the start of the reporting period through the end of the period (i.e. from 09 October to 30 November 2019).The number of newly confirmed cases decreased during the reporting period from 76 cases in October to 39 cases in November, while the number of zones experiencing new cases dropped from 10 to 4 over the same period.


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