(CNN) -- Ebola patients fled during an attack at a health care facility in
All patients who ran away had Ebola, and some chose to stay at the facility, Collins said.
The assailants stole mattresses and equipment, he said, adding that no one was injured in the incident and the attackers were not trying to free the patients; rather, they did not want the quarantine there. The assailants were using weapons but not wielding guns, according to Collins.
"It was an attack from people afraid of Ebola," Collins told CNN. "Everybody is afraid."
Since an Ebola epidemic was declared in
Ebola outbreak worsens
Photos: Ebola outbreak in West Africa Photos: Ebola outbreak in
In the deadly disease's current outbreak in those countries, 712 people have died from Ebola and 1,310 people are
The drug arrived and was given to three doctors, Nyenswah told CNN. He said the Liberian government is in talks to try to get more.
The country had requested the drug, and the White House and U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved it.
ZMapp has not been tested for public use. Earlier, the company that makes ZMapp said its supply was exhausted after fulfilling a request of a West African country which it did not, at the time, name.
In late July, it closed most of its borders and national campaigns have been launched to educate the public about how Ebola is spread and what to do if someone comes into contact with an infected person.
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