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Ebola not about Ellen - Simeon Freeman

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Ebola not about Ellen - Simeon Freeman

The political leader of the Movement for Progressive Change or MPC, Simeon Freeman, has cautioned Liberians that the current Ebola outbreak in the country is not about President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 31 July 2014 18:05 )
 

Liberian Doctor survives Ebola

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Liberian Doctor survives Ebola

Dr. Melvin Korkor, the first Liberian doctor from the Phebe Hospital in the Central Liberian town of Gbarnga, Bong County to have been tested positive of the deadly Ebola virus has survived. Dr. Korkor was confirmed positive about two weeks ago and transferred to Monrovia along with four nurses three of whom died in days upon arrival in Monrovia.

 

Senatorial election faces postponement as political leaders debate

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Senatorial election faces postponement as political leaders debate

In the wake of the outbreak of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease here, leaders of opposition political parties are debating whether the October 14, 2014 special senatorial election should be postponed to give full attention to fighting the plague.

 

Justice Ministry to enforce preventive measures

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Justice Ministry to enforce preventive measures

The Ministry of Justice has outlined several measures for the public to avoid people coming in contact with suspected Ebola patients in the country. Speaking Wednesday in a news conference in Monrovia, Justice Minister Christina Tah, said the ministry will work in collaboration with the Liberia National Police or LNP to reduce over crowdedness onboard commercial vehicles plying the streets.

 

Respect mental ill people - Carter Center urges

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The Carter Center Mental Health Program in Liberia is admonishing the public to show respect for mental ill people and avoid mocking and beating on them or referring to them as “crazy.”

 
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