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Ebola: Attention to western Liberia

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Ebola: Attention to western Liberia

For a few days now, Monrovia and its environs seem to be experiencing a reduction in the movement and sirens of ambulance vehicles unlike previous days. There are even reports of empty beds at some of the Ebola Treatment Units, especially the ELWA center operated by the medical charity-Medicins Sans Frontieres. Even if the foregoing assertions are something to confirm, the conclusion may not even be that the war against the deadly Ebola disease is subsiding in Liberia.

 

Give serious consideration to Dr. Logan’s success

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Give serious consideration to Dr. Logan’s success

Even though the United States, at the head of other nations and multilateral institutions and organizations has begun intervening, Liberia is assiduously struggling towards little success in the war against the deadly Ebola virus disease. As the 4000 American intervention troops begin setting up in Monrovia, Liberian medical authorities continue to bend backward daily to ensure that more Liberians don not succumb to Ebola.

 

Re-enforce hospital monitoring to track Ebola contacts

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Re-enforce hospital monitoring to track Ebola contacts

Liberia has, for the past week; again top the headlines of most of the major radio and television networks around- not because it remains one of the three West African countries worst hit by the deadly Ebola virus, but a nation whose citizens continue to export the virus to other countries. When Liberians at home and abroad thought the “Patrick Sawyer Ebola saga” in Nigeria would have now been a history, little did they know that another compatriot, Thomas Eric Duncan would have made news headline the world-over.

 

GOL, health workers agreement commendable

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GOL, health workers agreement commendable

The Government of Liberia recently announced what it referred to as a ‘bumper hazard pay and death benefits for healthcare workers at the frontline of the battle against the deadly Ebola disease across the country. Though Finance and Development Planning Minister Amara Konneh made specific reference to health workers in the public health service, he said the deal was reached with health workers out of a motivational standpoint, considering the hazardous nature of the national health crisis with which the government and people of Liberia are currently confronted.

 

JFK must graduate from its “apartheid-like system”

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JFK must graduate from its “apartheid-like system”

Out of the fear of the fear of the deadly Ebola virus disease, the doors of most private and public medical facilities in Liberia are either virtually closed or operating at a low scale. Even though many cases of deaths, especially during the current Ebola crisis, may largely be attributed to the poor healthcare delivery system or fear of Ebola, the attitudes of some health workers toward patients may also be a contributing factor.

 
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