The World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday it has set up Ebola vaccination centers in Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a day after a second virus-linked death in the country’s northeastern region.

Pop-up vaccination sites were rapidly set up in Beni to vaccinate contacts linked to recent Ebola deaths in the area, the WHO African Region said on Twitter.

It said that the WHO and other partners were working to overcome resistance, and break the chain of transmission within the community.

For the last few weeks, no new case had been reported until last Friday when a 26-year-old

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