As a result, the Ebola invasion was the worst in Central African countries.
The virus has killed 198 people so far. The disruption of the virus was made more difficult by the militant groups fighting for control of the eastern eruption. The reluctance of the community also hinders the work of health workers.
However, the authorities are still immunizing more than 27,000 people against the virus, which is still infected through contact with fluids from infected people.