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Press Release From Producers Of The #93DaysMovie – And a Response To Dr Ama Adadevoh’s FALSE Claims

Recently, a relative of the late Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh , came out to state that the Adadevoh  family disapproves of the upcoming Steve Gukas movie “93 Days.”. The much anticipated Nollywood film was inspired by the late Adadevoh of First Consultants Hospital in Lagos, and her courageous team who joined hands in fighting the spread of  deadly Ebola Virus Disease. Finally, producers of the film have responded to the ... Read More »

New Ebola case confirmed in Liberia – WHO

The World Health Organization has confirmed that a new case of the deadly Ebola virus has surfaced in Liberia. “There is one confirmed case,” WHO spokesman Tarik Jasarevic told AFP, without providing further details. Liberia was declared free in September. Read More »

Ministry Of Health Denies Ebola Appeared In Calabar

The Federal Ministry of Health has denied reports that the deadly Ebola virus has once again surfaced after rumors in Cross River, Calabar. The ministry’s permanent secretary, Linus Awute, said that though the rumors were being investigated, there was no Ebola in the country. “We are also going to organize a press conference today. You know the news and rumours of Ebola in Calabar…,” Mr. Awute stated on Friday. “As ... Read More »

#Ebola: Sierra Leone Discharges Last Patient

Sierra Leone may be over its health woes as it has released its last known Ebola patient. According to the World Health Organisation, 35-year-old Adama Sankoh was discharged from a treatment centre in the northern Bombali district on Monday morning. The country has not reported a new infection for more than two weeks, according to the National Ebola Response Centre. However, a small number of cases are still being reported ... Read More »

#Ebola: Sierra Leone’s Vice-President Quarantined

The vice-president of Sierra Leone has put himself into quarantine after one of his bodyguards died from Ebola. Samuel Sam-Sumana said he would stay out of contact with others for 21 days as a precaution. There was optimism the virus was on the decline in Sierra Leone at the end of last year but there has been a recent increase in confirmed cases. Nearly 10,000 people have died in the ... Read More »

UN Peacekeeper In Liberia Tests Positive For Ebola

Monrovia – The United Nations peacekeeping force in Liberia says one of its members has been infected with Ebola. This is the mission’s third case linked to the disease. The previous two died. The country’s top UN envoy, Karin Landgren, said in a statement late on Thursday that a peacekeeper tested positive the day before. The patient is being treated in Monrovia. Landgren said 16 people who came into contact ... Read More »

W.H.O Declares D-R Congo Ebola Free

The Ebola outbreak started in the Democratic Republic of Congo on August 24, 2014 and claimed 66 lives. According to the WHO, no Ebola cases have been registered in the country in the past 42 days, or twice as long as the Ebola incubation period. “Having reached that 42-day mark, the Democratic Republic of Congo is now considered free of Ebola transmission, “WHO commends the Democratic Republic of Congo’s strong ... Read More »

First #Ebola Patient In #Mali Dies

The first patient to be of contracting the deadly Ebola virus disease in Mali has been confirmed dead according to Mali’s government health officials. CNN reports that the victim, a 2-year old girl had travelled into the country from Guinea- one of the countries that has being hit hard by Ebola. More than 40 people are being monitored after coming into close contact with the initial victim. Read More »

Second US Nurse Cured of #Ebola

The second US health worker to be infected with Ebola is now free of the virus. Relatives of Amber Vinson have said that doctors at the Emory University Hospital and officials of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can no longer detect the virus in the nurse’s blood. A statement released by the nurse’s family through a media consultant states that Amber had been approved for transfer from isolation. ... Read More »

#EBOLA: #Liberia’s President Writes Extremely Touching Letter To The World | Read

Liberia’s President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has written a heartfelt letter to the world over the Ebola crisis that hit her country. In the letter which was read over the radio and transmitted worldwide, she likened the Ebola epidermic to the civil war her country faced 11 years ago which killed a lot of Liberians, crumbled their economy and vital institutions. The president called on the international community to stop all ... Read More »

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