In addition, the ebola injuries are the worst ever hit by Central African countries.
So far, the virus has killed about 198 people. Work on stopping the virus makes it difficult for armed groups fighting for control east of the country in which the eruption began. Local reluctance also hindered the work of a health care worker.
However, the authorities still have vaccination of more than 27,000 people up to now against the virus, which infects with contact with body fluids from the infected person.