Ebola, The Outbreak – PART 1

The city of Beni, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is the epicenter of an Ebola epidemic that, from August 2018 until today, has caused more than 2,000 deaths and over 3,000 infections. The days, in the heart of the infection, are marked by reports of new cases of infections and continuous deaths: each day from 15 up to 20 funeral are celebrated. Threatening the lives of the communities that populate the eastern regions of the African country, however, there is also a permanent state of war. The violence perpetrated by irregular groups and rebel militias does not stop, even now, as in the small village of Erengeti, where a group of insurgents opened fire on civilians causing a massacre.