Thus Far, 50 people died from the deadly virus Ebola in Koinadugu, the last region of Sierra Leone. Koinadugu is district in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. It is basically an inaccessible, mountainous area.
John Mariah, the head of the Red Cross informed that fifty people have died since last year in Koinadugu. Moreover, he stated that the death rate will probably increase in the next few months.
Currently, nine people are in the isolation centre among who two are in a very critical condition. It is definitely a very complex situation for everyone.
Earlier, the region was reported as one of the unaffected area of the country. Later on, Health workers reported 60 cases in that region.
As per the rumors, a trader who died from Ebola in the Kono spread this disease. Kono is a district situated at around 30 kilometers away from Koinadugu.
Unfortunately, the disease spread more quickly than the expectations of experts. In the beginning people even could not believed that it was Ebola. The slow reaction from the people was the chief reason behind the wide spread of this lethal disease.
Foday Jalloh, the chief of the Nieni region informed that there are numerous bodies lying on the streets of that region.
A report of World Health Organization revealed that the disease took the lives of 4,960 people in the West Africa.