World Health Organization said it would adopt the strategy it successfully deployed following a similar Ebola outbreak in 2017, which included a timely alert by local authorities when new cases surface.
Scientists confirmed Ebola in two out of five specimens collected from patients, though it is gathering more, since the outbreak could be more widespread.
It said of the five samples sent to the National Institute of Biological Research in Kinshasa, two came back positive for Ebola.
Specialists have arrived to try to stop the virus spreading.
WHO and local officials were able to quickly control last year's outbreak in an isolated part of the country, though the 2013-2016 swept through densely populated areas, devastating Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone and sparking a US debate about travel bans and whether to quarantine returning health workers.
An electron micrograph scan shows the Ebola virus emerging from an infected cell.
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Since that time, no deaths have been reported among those hospitalised or among health workers treating the ill, it said. The virus is transmitted to individuals from wild animals and spreads within the human inhabitants by means of human-to-human transmission.
Despite regular outbreaks every few years, death tolls in Congo have been significantly lower.
WHO's deputy director-general for emergency preparedness and response Peter Salama said: "Our top priority is to get to Bikoro to work alongside the government".
Health experts credit an awareness of the disease among the population and local medical staff's experience treating for past successes containing its spread.
Congo's vast, remote geography gives it an advantage, as outbreaks are often localised and relatively easy to isolate.
A team of experts from WHO, Doctors Without Borders and the central African country's Provincial Division of Health traveled on Tuesday to the outbreak area.
Ikoko Impenge and Bikoro, however, lie not far from the banks of the Congo River, an essential waterway for transport and commerce. The tested samples were lifted to Congo's capital city Kinshasa for testing.