The number of Ebola cases in Congo was exceeded
1,000, the health ministry said, as the second-largest outbreak ever
The virus continues to break the world in the Central African country.
"A few hundred Congo families are just behind these numbers
Influenced by the virus and hundreds of orphans, "Oly Health Minister said. t
Ilunga said Kalenga in a statement that was released late on Sunday.
Kalenga described the outbreak as "human and social tragedy."
A total of 629 people died in Ebola in the outbreak in the east
Congo, which began shortly after the country's government in June
announced the end of another outbreak in the west of the country.
Approximately 320 people had returned, bringing the average survival rate
in treatment centers by more than 60 percent, the ministry
said the statement.
More than 91
August, he added.
Authorities and aid groups have difficulty in doing their jobs in the Gaeltacht
a dangerous eastern region where many militias operate, most
fighting over the country's rich natural resources.
Ebola is a highly infectious disease that often has a fever
massive internal bleeding and death as a result.