Uganda’s Ebola responders fret as some people fight measures


              A medical worker disinfects a tent used for suspected Ebola victims inside the Ebola isolation center of Madudu Health Center III, in the village of Madudu, in the Mubende district of Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              People receive a food distribution aimed to help those affected by the travel restrictions imposed in an attempt to limit the spread of Ebola, at a football pitch in Mubende, Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              People await a food distribution from a truck aimed to help those affected by the travel restrictions imposed in an attempt to limit the spread of Ebola, at a football pitch in Mubende, Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              Protective boots are hung up to dry after being disinfected inside the Ebola isolation center of Madudu Health Center III, in the village of Madudu, in the Mubende district of Uganda,  Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              People await a food distribution from a truck aimed to help those affected by the travel restrictions imposed in an attempt to limit the spread of Ebola, at a football pitch in Mubende, Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              A military officers observes traffic at a checkpoint set up to stop motorcycles carrying passengers, in an attempt to limit the spread of Ebola, in Mubende, Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              Men carry a stretcher used for suspected Ebola victims back to an ambulance after washing it, in the town of Kassanda in Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              An Ebola patient sits inside the Ebola isolation center of Madudu Health Center III, in the village of Madudu, in the Mubende district of Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              A motorcyclist transports a coffin to be used for the burial of an Ebola victim, in the town of Kassanda in Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              Medical workers walk inside the Ebola isolation center of Madudu Health Center III, in the village of Madudu, in the Mubende district of Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              A medical worker gestures to an Ebola patient inside the Ebola isolation center of Madudu Health Center III, in the village of Madudu, in the Mubende district of Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              A man wearing protective clothing washes the interior of an ambulance used to transport suspected Ebola victims, in the town of Kassanda in Uganda, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)
            
              People load a coffin onto the back of a motorcycle to transport it to be used for the burial of an Ebola victim, in the town of Kassanda in Uganda Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Ugandan health officials say they have controlled the spread of a strain of Ebola that has no proven vaccine, but there are pockets of resistance to health measures among some in rural communities where illiteracy is high and restrictions on movement and business activity have left many bitter. (AP Photo/Hajarah Nalwadda)