There is now a constant attack on Health officials responding to treat Ebola victims in Congo, apparently, leading to the suspension of preventive measures against the spread of Ebola in the country.
Although vaccine centers have remained open, health care professionals are no longer trying to track down those who have come into contact with the infected.
The new epidemic of fatal bleeding in this part of the country has claimed over 170 lives by the local health ministry.
In a six-hour attack, suspected to be Ugandan extremists, 18 people died, including 14 civilians and four soldiers.
Dozens of people were injured. In Beni, which has more than 200,000 inhabitants, the protests have broken out against the bad security conditions in the city.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the instability of the region could jeopardize the fight against Ebola.
Congo faces an epidemic of this disease tenfold since 1976 when the virus first appeared in the north of the country.
This time, however, the disease first occurred in the conflict zone. The virus causes fever and internal and external hemorrhage, the disease is responsible for about half of the infected.
Authorities have allowed the deployment of several experimental products, and Merck’s vaccine, which has proven itself in a recent ninth epidemic, also helps fight infection.
Why are the Congolese so angry at Ebola health responders in the Democratic Republic of the Congo? The answer is as simple as ABCD because any time the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control declare Congo Ebola-free, the deadly disease reappears.
This is enough evidence for the Congolese to know that the biological weapon Ebola virus is being tested and spread in their population to kill them to support the US government’s global depopulation project, as well as taking control of the country’s rich resources.
The US government, the World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control think that Africans are fools but they will soon realize that in this modern time citizens of the African continent mustn’t be taken for granted or as fools after they have already suffered slavery, colonial brutality, Apartheid horror, and Aids epidemic.