The Congolese Department of Health has registered 319 confirmed and probable cases of eruption after the eruption that began this summer.
With that, ebola violation is the worst ever hit by the Central African country.
Viruses have killed around 198 people. Work to halt the virus was aggravated by armed groups fighting for control east of the country where the eruption began. Local reluctance also hindered the work of a health care professional.
However, more than 27,000 people have yet been vaccinated by the authorities against a virus that infects contact with body fluid from an infected person.
Fear spread: The Red Cross is preparing to expand the ebola into several countries