The chief medical officer of Liberia, Dr. Francis Kateh, said Liberia scored an ‘F’ in a recent simulation of the country’s resilience and preparedness to handle another Ebola epidemic.
While commemorating the national Ebola burial site on Disco Hill, Rep. Tibelrosa Tarponweh of Margibi’s first district described the country’s health sector in the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak as ‘messy.’
A non-profit human resource development and capacity building organization, Liberia-Ghana Missions, has paid the tuition and fees for 60 Ebola orphans and vulnerable children in Montserrado.
An NGO caring for Ebola orphans recently held an event at the Chevron Park where toys and food items were distributed to 60 children.
Everyone in Liberia has one way or another experienced the powerful bite of a mosquito. Most Liberians, especially those who cannot afford to purchase a mosquito coil or net, experience restless nights, mainly during the dry season.
Did Urey’s team treat over 5,000 people during the Ebola epidemic? And if so, was that number more than what the government and international community treated combined?
The Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex that is to host the 2017 President Cup will reopen this weekend after over two years of renovation, according to the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Liberia’s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, says the unknown disease outbreak in Greenville, Sinoe — which has so far killed 12 people — is not transmissible.