Liberia Adjusts Ebola Curfew, Lifts Quarantine

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has ordered an adjustment in the hours of a nationwide curfew and also lifted a quarantine placed on Dolo Town near Monrovia.

  • Liberia:   Sirleaf Ends Ebola Quarantine

    VOA, 9 September 2014

    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has ordered the lifting of an Ebola quarantine on a town near the capital, Monrovia, and an adjustment in the hours of a nationwide curfew. Read more »

Suspected Ebola patients waiting inside ELWA fence in Monrovia for medical attention.

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