According to the health authorities, "105 cases of haemorrhagic fever have been reported in the region, 77 confirmed and 28 likely," while the death toll is 67.
Of these "77 confirmed cases, 11 are cured" of the disease, "said the Ministry of Health in its bulletin on the" epidemiological situation ", on Friday evening.
On Thursday, during her visit to the Ebola Treatment Center (CTE) in Mangina, the epicenter of the epidemic, Minister of Health Oly Ilunga Kalenga "witnessed the unloading of two Ebola patients" continued the ministry.
"These two people are among the first ten patients who have received the therapeutic molecule of mAb 114," he said.
In addition to the use of "mAb 114" and targeted vaccination, four additional experimental therapeutic molecules have been approved by health authorities to control the disease.
The tenth epidemic, proclaimed August 1 in the province of North Kivu, traversed the rebellans, a scenario that "feared" everyone, announced the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva on Friday.
A confirmed case and an alleged case were reported in the city of Oicha, north of Beni.
Oicha is not controlled by the rebels, but the area around the city is under the grip of Ugandan rebels from Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), reportedly responsible for the massacre of hundreds of civilians since 2014.
The territory of Beni in North Kivu is one of the most volatile and deadly regions of the DRC.
In July, "33 violent deaths of civilians (y) were registered", according to the security barometer of Kivu, a monthly report published by the NGO Human Rights Watch and the Study Group on Congo at the University of New York.