This is not the first time that health workers trying to contain the second largest Ebola outbreak in history are targeted.
"There's no confirmation of the actual perpetrators or the reason for the attack - we can only make assumptions about who it might have been given the active groups in the area", he said. 'The world has lost fearless professionals.' Five people were also injured in the attacks, including one WHO employee and staff from the Congo Ministry of Health.
"The last strongholds of the virus were in these areas", WHO's Ryan said.
The Ebola response work has been locked out in Beni, dismaying health experts who say each attack undermines crucial efforts to contain the deadly virus. "It will be tragic to see more unnecessary suffering in communities that have already suffered so much".
Attacks, even when not directed at medical staff or facilities, can block health workers from getting to work, and can prompt people feeling ill to stay home instead of seeking help.
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The UN has reportedly begun training some Ebola teams in the DRC to manage cases of the measles, which can cause blindness, brain swelling, diarrhoea, and severe respiratory infections.
"Imagine, a doctor leaves home in the USA or elsewhere to come sleep in a tent to help save us from this scourge of Ebola and yet poorly educated young people want to attack him". Just seven cases were reported in the past week, World Health Organization said.
Ian Norton, at WHO's Emergency Medical Team Unit, said the United Nations agency had begun training some of the Ebola teams in DRC to also manage measles cases, "because there is such a large burden".
She reported that so far in November, there have been around 14 attacks, with some 80 people killed in the region that is heavily hit with Ebola outbreak.
Despite two promising new Ebola vaccines, health workers continue to battle misinformation and reluctance to seek treatment for the virus that is largely spread via close contact with the bodily fluids of infected people, including the dead.