The mayor of a city in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the medical aid group Doctors Without Borders said that intruders had wreaked havoc in an Ebola treatment center in Butembo town, in the city center. 39, is the country, against the second Ebola clinic in the region.
Butembo Mayor Sylvain Kanyamanda said on Wednesday that unidentified raiders had burned tents and other equipment in the center.
Doctors Without Borders, which manages the treatment center, says that its goal is the safety of staff and patients.
Assailants attacked another community-run Ebola treatment center in Katwa on Sunday, killing one person and injuring another.
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The attacks of multiple armed groups and instability have been challenges in curbing an Ebola outbreak that began in August.
But Doctors Without Borders says the centers have become targets because of mistrust of the community.