With that, Ebola violations are the worst that has ever happened in a Central African country.
The virus has killed around 198 people so far. Work to stop the virus has been made more difficult by armed groups struggling to control the east of the country where the eruption began. Local reluctance also impedes the work of health workers.
However, authorities are still so far to vaccinate more than 27,000 people against the virus, which infects through contact with body fluids from infected people.