(AGI) - Luanda, Sep 12 - Angola does not confirm officially any new case of yellow fever for more than two months, registering 4,065 suspected cases recorded since the epidemic began, last December, reports the World Health Organization (WHO) in a statement released last week-of-week. According to the UN agency, the last case of yellow fever in Angola was laboratory confirmed on 23 June. The document adds that in the last week of August were reports of 24 suspected cases, but not confirmed.The statement in full, by 1 September, accounting for 884 confirmed cases of the disease in Angola and 372 deaths suspected to be motivated by the disease. WHO is working directly with the Angolan health authorities in containing the yellow fever epidemic,of the deaths, 121 were laboratory confirmed as caused by the yellow fever epidemic. The WHO has previously reported that the epidemic in Angola "is back" and the latest report confirms that since 23 June has not confirmed any suspected cases of the disease have emerged. The first cases were detected last December in an Eritrean family that lived for eight months in Viana district, outskirts of the capital, Luanda, where 100% of the houses had the mosquito (infected) transmitter of the disease, aegypty aedes.This is the same mosquito responsible for transmitting malaria, the leading cause of death in Angola, and that reproduces in stagnant water and the concentration of waste, two problems affecting the Angolan capital for many years, especially in the rainy season. The epidemic spread to the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), with 2,603 ??suspected cases. In total, the WHO states that in that country were laboratory confirmed 75 cases, of which at least 56 proven imported from Angola, a country with which it shares a land and river border of 2.511 kilometres (AGI) .