The death toll from an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa’s Central African Republic is now at 4,000

An outbreak of the coronavirus in West African countries is now the fourth largest in history, according to a WHO report.

The report also showed that the death toll in the country is now now at 6,000, with an additional 2,000 cases and 2,600 deaths.

The WHO also reported that 2,200 new cases of the virus were detected in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, according the World Health Organization.

This outbreak, which has killed nearly 3,000 people, is expected to continue into 2017.

It is the largest outbreak of this coronaviral disease to hit the region in decades.

More to come.