RUBBER, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Reuters) – Armed forces attacked an Ebolic treatment center in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo on Wednesday to relocate fire to widespread security forces.
Identity and reason were unknown. Support workers have been puzzled in some areas to have an Ebola outbreak.
Thousands of armed militias attack Uganda and Rwanda's eastern border regions in Congo, which has significantly damaged the response of the disease.
The Ministry of Health said in a statement that 38 suspected Ebola patients and 12 confirmed cases were in the middle of the attack. They confirmed four cases of the patients fleeing and looking, he said.
No one was injured, not even workers, added the ministry.
The French medical doctor Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), along with the ministry together with the center, declared a "deplorable attack" and focused on the immediate security of patients and workers.
Butbongo's city attack on Kongo Ebola hit this week was the second eastern. On Sunday, unknown individuals flared up at a Katwa treatment center when a nurse died.
The emergence of the current Ebola, first declared in August, found the discovery of Congo since it was discovered in 1976, is the second of the hemorrhagic fevers. At least 553 people have died and more than 300 have been infected.
Fiston Mahamba's report; Giulia Paravicini's additional reports. Written by Aaron Ross; Posted by Gareth Jones and Rosalba O & # 39; Brien