From the outset, there was cause for concern about the outbreak of the current Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The east of the country suffers from poor road infrastructure and health services and intermittent rebel attacks, and b & # 39; it becomes a coordinated international effort to fight the disease more and more difficult. To worsen, the DRC is now in & # 39; deception & # 39; political crisis on the contested results of its anticipated presidential election, held on 30 & # 39; December.
After the last WHO report, these early fears are achieved. F & # 39; 680 case, the outbreak of & # 39; Ebola DRC is the second largest in history, and more spikes & # 39; cases could be expected in the near future as the disease open to large urban centers. It seems that the first case of & # 39; border jumping from this outbreak is now just a matter of & # 39; time.