The Congolese Department of Health has recorded 319 confirmed and probable cases of ebola after the eruption that began this summer.
By doing so, the ebola violation is the worst ever hit in the Central African country.
The virus has killed 198 people so far. Virus-stopping activity has become more difficult for armed groups struggling to control east of the country where the rash began. Local reticence also hindered the work of the medical worker.
However, the authorities still have the vaccination of over 27,000 people against the virus, which infects through contact with body fluid from an infected person.
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