WHO Declares Nigeria,Senegal Free Of Ebola Virus

The World Health Organisation says the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been largely contained in two of the five affected countries -- Senegal and Nigeria. But the WHO said the overall number of deaths had risen to nearly two-thousand eight-hundred. In Sierra Leone the head of the ebola emergency operations centre (Stephen Gaojia) said a three-day curfew that ended on Sunday was largely successful. During the lockdown the authorities recorded one-hundred-and-thirty new cases..


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  1. I commend Naija the way this whole thing was handled. I can keep my head up and answer my colleagues right back some of them who think that Africa is all about sicknesses and diseases. Am so Proud!

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