The Congolese Ministry of Health reported in the latest report that 201 people died and 291 other people were infected with bleeding fever. The doctors have been able to annotate around 25,000 people. However, work is being made difficult by guns, says Health Minister Oly Ilung.
Congo has been faced with an epidemic of ebola since the age of sixteen since 1976, but for the first time it has emerged in a region that medical doctors compared to a war cycle. Ilunga said on Friday that this is the worst epidemic in the history of the country. "Since arriving in the region, healthcare professionals have faced threats, physical assaults, destroying the repetition of their equipment and kidnappings," said the minister, and no other intervention in the world was so complicated as the current epidemic of Ebola. and Congo.
Ebola is spread through direct contact with blood or physical exudates. Virus causes internal fever and bleeding inside and external, diseases disperse around half of those who have been infected.