Liberia Reports No New Ebola Cases
Deputy Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah has announced that the country no longer has any remaining cases of the disease since the "last four" patients, who were infected in the latest outbreak, recovered.
Liberian health workers take blood sample from a young boy in the area where a 17-year-old died of Ebola.
Liberia: Ebola Gone Again
New Republic, 21 July 2015
Liberia slipped off the trajectory of being Ebola free, a position it enjoyed for close two months after WHO declared it free of the virus on May 9, 2015, when a boy (deceased)… Read more »
Liberia: Herbalist Escapes Quarantine
New Republic, 17 July 2015
A herbalist, who treated the 17-year-old boywho became Liberia's first Ebola case to begin a third wave of the disease, has escaped quarantine and reportedly fled to Nimba County,… Read more »
LINA, 14 July 2015
The Chief Medical Officer of Liberia, Dr. Francis Kateh, has observed that the fight to contain the Ebola virus can only be successful if contacts undergoing observation are… Read more »
Liberia: Suspected Ebola Case Hikes
NEWS, 15 July 2015
Authorities at the Ministry of Health have reported that 140 persons suspected of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) are being monitored in Montserrado and Margibi Counties. Read more »
LINA, 19 July 2015
Salayea District Commissioner Galakpayan Barkolleh has vowed to put in place measures to ensure that the Ebola virus does not enter his district. Read more »