Liberia was recently declared an Ebola free nation by the World Health Organization. This came after the deadly epidemic ravaged the country and killed over 3000 Liberians. To prevent the reemergence of the virus, the government is not leaving anything to chance. It is in a state of constant surveillance.
The Ministry of Health has reported another suspected Ebola case in the densely populated Clara town community on the Bushrod Island.
Liberia’s hope of being declared Ebola-free was dashed on March 20 when a female tested positive for the virus.
The Deputy Incident Manager of the Incident Management Team, says that for Liberia to maintain zero new Ebola cases, health protocols must be strictly adhered to at all of Liberia’s borders.