Tag: Sierra Leone

Ebola virus persists in Guinea and Sierra Leone

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In Guinea, authorities have quarantined four locations to try to end the Ebola outbreak.

Current Ebola is less dangerous than in 1976

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This is confirmed by a series of experiments conducted by American scientists to compare the damage caused by the epidemic affecting West Africa.

Sierra Leone dismisses vice president for seeking asylum in US

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“On Saturday March 14, 2015, Alhaji Samuel Sam Sumana sought asylum in a foreign embassy, ​​demonstrating its willingness to abandon their duties and vice president of our beloved Republic,” says the statement of the Presidency.

WHO detects more than 100 cases of Ebola in West Africa

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Sierra Leone was the country most cases reported in the last balance sheet presented by health agencies.

WHO detects nearly 100 cases of Ebola in West Africa

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Sierra Leone was the country most cases reported in the last balance sheet presented by health agencies.

Cuban doctors have healed 260 infected with Ebola

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The 461 sanitatrios who were transferred to Africa have made lifesaving treatment they apply.

Sierra Leone population confined to control Ebola

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Sierra Leone activated special plan in the north to prevent the spread of the virus that has taken the lives of more than seven thousand people, mostly in West Africa.

Suman 533 cases of Ebola in Sierra Leone

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Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa where it has reported the highest number of deaths and affected by the Ebola virus.

Die in US Dr. infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone

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The surgeon had entered last Saturday from Sierra Leone, a country in West Africa has the second highest number of people affected by the epidemic.

Sierra Leone will prioritize public health system

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One of the biggest problems facing the nation is the lack of health care venues for Ebola. The teleSUR special envoy to Sierra Leone, Oskar Epelde interviewed a local doctor who explained that the nation expected to prioritize public health system once it exceeds Ebola outbreak.