Conditions to declare the Ebola outbreak in Congo a public health emergency haven't been met, WHO says.
The World Health Organization has not declared the Ebola virus outbreak in Congo a public health emergency.
The declaration of a "public health emergency of international concern" conveys that the outbreak is a priority to mobilize resources immediately to curtail further spread.
WHO's committee said there are strong reasons to believe the outbreak can be brought under control.
From April 4 to Thursday, the country had 45 cases, including three health-care personnel and 25 deaths.