Belgian citizens and health professionals can now for complete and up to date information on Ebola. This website is a joint initiative of the Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp (ITM), the different health authorities and the Belgian Scientific Institute of Public Health (WIV-ISP). 

Belgium’s national Ebola coordinator Dr. Erika Vlieghe said: “Accurate information about Ebola is essential to help dispel myths and to ensure we are ready for the worst case scenario, an Ebola patient in Belgium. With the, Belgium now has its own space on the web, providing not only information about the latest developments in West Africa, but also about a possible Ebola case in Belgium.”

The website has up-to-date information about the West African epidemic and Ebola-related news for Belgium. It answers a number of frequently asked questions and includes guidelines and procedures for GPs and other health professionals.

The site is based upon the extensive Ebola expertise of ITM, which carries out Ebola diagnostics in Belgium. The different health authorities (FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment, the Agency for Care and Health of the Flemish Community, the Common Community Commission of Brussels-Capital (COCOM), the Walloon Region, the German-speaking Community) and the Scientific Institute of Public Health all provide information, guidelines and measures to protect human health. is available in Dutch, French, English and German.