Rapid burials of possible Ebola victims lead to dogs digging up corpses and eating the remains. During the discovery, young men make efforts to contact the Healthy Ministry, which does not respond. The young men take matters into their own hands and try to kill the dogs, but some of the animals flee the scene. Resident:
We are very disappointed in the Health Ministry, especially the government that took an oath to defend and protect us; to see them act in such manner is unacceptable and we’ll never allow the government come to bury any longer. They will be resisted by us because I think the government has failed to protect us—why bring Ebola bodies and not bury them well?