Thanks to Lucie Lecomte for sending the link to this BBC Afrique report: DRC: four people died of Ebola. Excerpt from a Google translation:
Dr. Felix Kabange Numbi announced Sunday, August 24 the town of Boende affected by the virus will be quarantined on an area of 100 km around.
The Congolese Minister of Health told the BBC that access will be strictly limited in this town in the province of Equateur, full of nearly 40,000 people.
The positive samples were taken from people with hemorrhagic fever has killed 13 people since August 11 in the province, located in the northwest of the country.
For now, Dr. Felix Kabange Numbi said the locality is too far from the border to think that this is the same strain as that applied to the West Africa. The couple who died would have consumed contaminated with the virus monkey. And medical staff who treated him were contaminated.
It's not clear just what happened, except that two people died from eating contaminated bush meat, and then, presumably, two of their healthcare workers contracted the disease and died as well. (The BBC Africa site, in English, has a much earlier report.)