"There is no link between the Ebola virus that occurred in Uganda and one that is in court in the DRC", said Leodegal Bazira, representative of World Organization of Health (WHO) in DRC, during in a press conference at headquarters of Monusco.
He said that "according to analysis of laboratory, virus Ebola in DRC is bundibugyo strain while in Uganda was Sudan strain".
The data confirm the epicenter of epidemic is the town of Isiro, with a secondary source in Viadana, at 75 km at south-west of Isiro in Eastern Province.
The representative of WHO in the DRC said also that as there are new cases of epidemic, the disease isn't under control. At September 1, 2012, a total of 30 cases were recorded, including 6 probables, 17 suspects with 14 deaths.