In addition, breaking the Ebola is the worst thing that has ever hit the Central African country.
The virus has so far killed about 198 people. Work on stopping the virus makes it difficult for armed groups struggling to control east of the country where the eruption began. Local reluctance also prevented the work of a health worker.
However, authorities have so far been vaccinated against over 27,000 people against the virus, which infects through contact with the body's fluid from the infected person.