All Night Clubs In Sierra Leone Closed Over Ebola; State Of Emergency Declared In Liberia

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The rampant spread of Ebola has prompted Liberia to declare a state of emergency.

Lawmakers in the West African country agreed on a 90-day state of emergency, with road blocks being set up to monitor travel to the country’s capital of Monrovia.

In Sierra Leone, two towns – Kailahun and Kenema – were quarantined, while all night clubs and entertainment centres were banned.

Doctors in Nigeria who were on strike, have also suspended their strike over the spread of the deadly virus.




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