Ethiopia's Minister of Health, Dr. Amir Aman, said fixed measures are set up to avoid the Ebola infection that happened in the Democratic Republic (DR) of Congo. A week ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) proclaimed the Ebola emergency in the DR Congo a general wellbeing crisis of universal concern. Ebola pandemic in DR Congo has murdered more than 1,600 individuals and in excess of 11,000 individuals in West Africa from 2014 to 2016. Since Ethiopian Airlines flies to Congolese city of Goma seven days, preventive measures have been propelled at four Ethiopian global airplane terminals and 33 fringe check focuses, Dr. Amir demonstrated. Fundamental counteractive action measures are being made especially at Somaliland, Sudan and South Sudan fringe checkpoints, the Minister noted. Ethiopia had recently sent 200 wellbeing experts to help Ebola reaction in West Africa and this would give the nation a decent encounter to avoid the pandemic, he said. As per Dr Amir, the administration has set aside 250 million birr for avoidance measures.