WHO Declares Sierra Leone Ebola-Free

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Sierra Leone free of Ebola

Sierra Leone has finally been declared as an Ebola-free country, 18 months and over 14,000 cases since it first appeared in the country.

Sierra Leone free of Ebola
Sierra Leone free of Ebola

Following the customary 42 days of waiting since the last known case, the World Health Organization made the declaration on Friday.

READ: 690 Persons Quarantined, 1 Dead As Ebola Resurfaces In Sierra Leone

Over 4000 people died in the country from the virus, and the citizens will certainly be hoping the last has been seen of this epidemic.

The WHO rep in the country, Dr. Anders Nordstrom said: “We now have a unique opportunity to support Sierra Leone to build a strong and resilient public health system ready to detect and respond to the next outbreak of the disease or any other public health threat.”

Wana

Wana

Quo non Ascendam. Writer.
E-mail: wana@360nobs.com

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