The Congo Health Ministry reported that 201 people were killed and 291 were infected with bleeding in a recent report. Doctors were able to inoculate about 25,000 people. However, Oly Ilung, the health minister, says it is difficult for the gunmen.
Congo has faced the Ebola epidemic since 1976, at the age of 16. At first, however, doctors appeared in areas that compare to war zones. Ilunga said on Friday that it was the worst fashion in the country's history. "Since arriving in this area, medical professionals are facing threats, physical attacks, repeated destruction of equipment, and kidnappings," the statement said. The epidemic is now as complex as the epidemic of Ebola in the Congo.
Ebola spreads directly in contact with blood or body exudates. The virus causes fever and causes internal and external hemorrhage, and the disease deceives about half of the infected person.