KINSHASA (Reuters) – Invaders put an Ebola medicine center installed by a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) fire in the eastern Congo Democratic Republic of late afternoon on Sunday, bringing staff patient; unlocked, the charity said.
There was no direct detail on the identity or cause of the people who lit the center in the Cheitwa region, at the heart of the worst breach of the fatal disease in the country.
But the World Health Organization has said that support staff face confrontation in some areas, surrounded by false facts about cures and a choice for traditional medicine.
"As a result of burning the building, patients can not be given more care there," said MSF on Twitter Monday. None of the patients or staff were damaging, he added.
The disease has killed 546 people since July, according to the Congolese health ministry.
Most of the issues since the beginning of the year have been in Katwa, which is close to her; border with Uganda.
Three Freewives were attacked for their Contemporary Red Cross because they were in a position; Helps to bury Ebola's sufferer in Congo in the east of October. Two months later, political activists removed the remote Ebola center.
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