[ View the story "Liberian man sets health ministry on fire over Ebola handling" on Storify] Liberian man sets health ministry on fire over Ebola handling Man allegedly protests the country's response to the Ebola outbreak by starting fire in government building.
The Stream· Thu, Jul 24 2014 18:36:00
According to the World Health Organization, the Ebola virus has
the lives of more than 600 people in West Africa since the start of the outbreak in February. More than 120 of the deaths have been in
Liberia. It is
the largest outbreak in Ebola history.
praying for the people in sierra leone, guinea, liberia, & all other countries at risk. this ebola virus is no joke.Mariam Aquarium
So while all eyes are focused on the Middle East and MH17, let us not forget that there is a huge Ebola outbreak in parts of West Africa.forboicesake
The Ebola epidemy in west Africa a serious concern for the world. Could get out of control. Need of solidarity with affected countries.Gérard Araud
On Wednesday, it was reported that the leading Ebola doctor in Sierra Leone
the disease. The news of Dr.Sheik Umar Khan, who treated 100 Ebola patients, shocked many online and left many others discussing the virus' spread.
So sad to hear that the leading doctor fighting the #EbolaOutbreak has contracted the disease. A true heroJanice Bonsu
My prayers are with Sierra Leone's #Dr Sheik Umar Khan as he has contracted #Ebola virus. You are a hero.George Mkandawire
Send prayers up for Sheik Umar Khan, he is the top Dr in Seirra Leone on Ebola virus and he has contracted the virus. #BattleStrong #PrayerZahava Moon
Chief Ebola doctor gets infected in Sierre Leone!! This Ebola virus means serious biz! Get educated to protect family & loved ones!!Madge™
Currently, there is
for the Ebola virus, which has a fatality rate of up to
90 per cent
. Doctors and health workers have been
in affected areas since the outbreak, but some are calling for more to be done.
gov still needs to do more in sensitizing public on preventive measures on Ebola¬ wait till its here then start the fire brigade approachBlessed Child!
We must be proactive in protecting against the virus. Please read the @WHO publication on prevention here
@atiku yes I totally agree with you, our borders should be monitored by trained personnels to identify the virus n educate d public also.M_lord