eerHealth officials in the West African country continue to be overwhelmed by the spread of the epidemic which has stretched health care facilities to breaking point. Footage shot by BBC News shows residents staging irate impromptu protests over the failure to remove an Ebola victim’s corpse, with police resorting to tear gas to restore order. This is not the first time that the Ebola crisis has sparked unrest. Animal rights activists in Spain staged a “mini-riot” last week after they attempted to prevent the removal of a dog that had to be put down having been in contact with a nurse who contracted Ebola and was quarantined in Madrid. Last month, seven people were killed in during rioting in Guinea after members of a delegation sent to educate residents about the Ebola virus were attacked by an angry crowd. The World Health Organization has warned that Ebola cases could rise to 10,000 a week by December, ten times the current ratio. Only 4,300 treatment beds will be available by that time. More