In addition, the great commitment of care providers for Ebola has come to a misunderstanding - the population does not understand why it was not possible for other humanitarian disasters in the region.
But health workers' attempts to contain the outbreak has been hindered by mistrust and violence.
The combination of popular disbelief in the Ebola virus threat and increased number of violent attacks on aid organizations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is likely to cause another outbreak in the coming months, a prominent worldwide relief organization said in a statement on Tuesday.
"Dr. Mouzoko's death moved me profoundly", WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a statement after the attack.More news: Tom Holland-Starring ‘Uncharted’ Movie Adaptation Finally Has a Release Date
Violent attacks on medical workers by rebels and suspicious locals are hampering efforts to curb the hemorrhagic disease that's killed 1 300 people in the past 10 months.
Since the outbreak began, we have reached 602,181 people.
Gwenola Seroux, emergency manager at Doctors Without Borders, however, warned that it was "clear that the outbreak is not under control and therefore we need a better collective effort".
She added: "Our teams are still meeting people on a daily basis who don't believe Ebola is real. many cases are going unnoticed because people with symptoms have been avoiding treatment".More news: Christopher Steele agrees to be questioned by USA officials
The Ebola case count hit the 1,000 mark March 24, about eight months after the outbreak was declared.
"The current response to tackle Ebola isn't working", Corinne N'Daw, Oxfam's country director in Congo told Reuters. Notably, more than 129,000 people have received an experimental but effective Ebola vaccine in its first widespread use.
Between January and May there were more than 40 attacks on health facilities. "We are not able to vaccinate, not able to treat those who are ill, we are not able to follow up on those who may have been exposed to the virus", Jasarevic said.
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The rebel group frequently launches attacks on civilians but recently has been responsible for attacks on United Nations peacekeepers as well.