WHO-backed plan for Ebola is seen as intermediate step between treatment centers and home care.
With hospitals crippled from the epidemic, Liberians are dying of preventable or treatable conditions, such as malaria, diarrhea and pneumonia.
Over 80 people had died from Ebola in Bong County, but there was no treatment center — until this week.
Economic losses could grow 8 fold; Doctors Without Borders reports its first infected foreign worker.
Formal gatherings of any kind are discouraged in Liberia these days, because the lethal Ebola virus is spread by contact with other people’s body fluids, including sweat and saliva. But on Sunday, people in their best clothes head to the one place where they might find some solace together.
Each day, the sick arrive at treatment centers, hoping their timing and symptoms will get them past the gate.
A study is the first scientific examination of a persistent myth in 23 years
“Retained surgical items,” usually sponges, can cause great harm, but technology may help find them.
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He is the fourth American to be diagnosed with Ebola in West Africa.