New potential cases of Ebola have been detected in the Democratic Republic of Congo as the country battles its ninth outbreak.
According to Dr Antony Nsiah Asare, Director General of the GHS, the alert was received from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The disease also spread to Nigeria when Patrick Sawyer, who was infected with the virus, flew into the country from Liberia.
DRC in the central part of the continent is recording the latest cases of the virus after over a year since the outbreak killed four people.
"Our country is facing a new epidemic of Ebola that is a public health emergency of global concern".
Adewole told CNN the government had reactivated Emergency Operation Centers created during the 2014 Ebola outbreak to prepare for any confirmed cases.
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'Working with partners and responding early and in a coordinated way will be vital to containing this deadly disease'.
Emergency teams have already been dispatched by WHO, Médecins Sans Frontières and Provincial Division of Health.
It is vital we are ready to respond rapidly when outbreaks are detected, which is why the United Kingdom is the second largest contributor to the WHO's Contingency Fund for Emergencies, from which $1 million has already been mobilised to respond to this outbreak.
But Ikoko Impenge and Bikoro are situated not far from the banks of the Congo River, a major artery for trade and transport upstream from the capital Kinshasa.
The virus is handed on by contact with bodily fluids - touching a sick or dead person is a well-known source of infection.
At the start of February, vaccination efforts began in states of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Bahia, seeking to immunize 19.7 million people against yellow fever, for which cases have been rising since a year ago, Xinhua news agency reported. The study pointed out that the clinical vaccine candidates will need to be focused on health care workers who are often involved in disease transmission, potentially in combination with the vaccination of patient contacts.