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A group of Ethiopian Health workers reached Liberia on Tuesday. The main aim of the workers is to motivate other nations and wipe out this deadly outburst.
African Union is all set to join hands with a team of 87 doctors and nurses. Thus far, nearly 6,800 people died in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia due to this lethal disease. The concerned authorities intend to wipe out the virus before Christmas.
The team of doctors and nurses will join other health staff of Sierra Leona and Liberia before the end of December.
Major General Julius Oketta, the director of the African Union Ebola mission stated that the primary goal of these paramedic staff is to support the government in the fight with Ebola. The officials plan to speed up the mission to get rid of this virus as soon as possible. Additionally, these health workers will strive hard to spread out the mission.
The greater part of the efforts of African Union took place in Liberia. Currently, Monsterrado County, which is the one of the biggest city, is the main focus of the officials.
The recent fall in the cases of Ebola elevated the hopes of the health authorities. It is a big indication that soon all the African countries would be free of this fatal disease.
Tolbert Nyenswah, the assistant health minister of Liberia informs that their topmost goal is to cut down the number of Ebola cases to zero. Presently, Liberia witness around five to ten cases to Ebola every day.