Government of Norway

New Vaccine is Effective against Ebola in Large Trial in Guinea

Results on a new vaccine to protect against Ebola indicate a high level of efficacy in a trial of more than 4,000 persons in close contact with the deadly virus in Guinea, one of the three West African countries stricken by Ebola. The Lancet, the prestigious British medical journal, published the results of the trials on-line on July 31. The trial results indicate that the new vaccine called VSV-ZEBOV is 100 percent efficacious in about 10 days after being administered to a person without the infection.

07-31-2015

Fighting Terrorism for Humanity PSA

Terrorism PSA Video Transcript: “Terrorism has been with us since the beginning of civilization taking dozens of forms and affecting […]

02-14-2011