United Methodist leaders vow to raise awareness to help stop the spread of the deadly virus in DR Congo.
Liberia is now Ebola-free, but many stricken with the virus are experiencing health issues.
Pictured are six of the girls stranded at June Hartranft Memorial Primary School for Girls in Sierra Leone after the country’s deadly Ebola outbreak. From left are Esther Cooper, 15; Kadiatu Juana, 10; Hawa Bayoh, 10; Ramatu Kamara, 11; Magdalene Kamara, 9; and Aminata Bayoh, 11. PHILEAS JUSU United Methodist News
Liberia’s Minister for Public Health says the country is well prepared for any new ebola outbreak.
PHILEAS JUSU United Methodist News Service Shock, apprehension and confusion gripped the city of Magburaka in northern Sierra Leone when a 22-year-old resident’s positive Ebola test result was made public nearly three days after she died and was given normal burial, including washing of the corpse. The news came less than 24 hours after the
JULU SWEN United Methodist News Service Three new cases of Ebola have been confirmed in Liberia after the West African nation has been twice declared Ebola-free, according to Ministry of Health authorities.