A doctor coordinating the National COVID-19 Isolation and Treatment Center has disclosed that five healthcare professionals in Liberia have died from the virus since the outbreak began in March last year.
The Carter Center has begun training to prepare 360 health workers to better handle depression that women experience during pregnancy and immediately after birth.
Following her experience in a violent by-election in Montserrado, young female politician Telia Urey has opened up on the challenges affecting women in Liberian politics.
With no new Ebola case discovered in Guinea for over two weeks now, the commissioner-general of the Liberia Immigration Service says his agency is continuing to restrict human traffic along the border with Guinea.
The Carter Center has completed its final planned mental health and anti-stigma training for pharmacists nationwide. The latest training covered 19 pharmacists from the southeastern region of the country.
As African countries have now begun to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses, former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says it is vital for African governments to educate and reassure the public about the vaccines.
A situation report released by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia on February 26 about the country’s preparedness for Ebola outbreaks has highlighted major challenges at healthcare facilities.
On the day a suspected Ebola patient was being treated at Redemption Hospital, the New Kru Town-based facility lacked essential personal protective equipment such as masks and gloves, according to conversations with at least two staff members there.