Congo is the worst Ebola in the history of Congo, the Congolese Ministry of Health (local time) announced yesterday.
In Ecuador, Ecuador has confirmed 319 people in Ebola virus since August 1 and 198 died. Since death, 163 have been confirmed to have died of Ebola virus infection, while the remaining 35 have not been confirmed but are believed to have been infected with Ebola.
The Congo had 10 epidemics of Ebola virus since the first case of Ebola virus infection in Yamboku in 1976.
"The epidemic of Ebola virus facing the Congo is now the most complex thing in the world," Health Minister Oli Ryung Kalenga recently said that the incidence of Ebola virus infection is considerably higher than in the past.
The Ebola virus has been found in two states, eastern Congo, eastern Congo and North Kiviva, rich in natural resources, and armed attacks are common in these areas, making it difficult to prevent ebola.