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Liberia’s president inaugurates the biggest Ebola treatment center in Monrovia. Thus far, the deadly disease has taken the lives of several people in West Africa.
U.N representatives and American officials were also invited in the inauguration ceremony. The hospital contains space for more than 200 patients.
On the other hand, shortly after this opening an Ebola unit has been shut down in another side of the country.
The USAID is engraved on the front wall of this new Ebola treatment center. It seems like the new center has taken up the burden from the shoulders of other hospitals. Majority of the Ebola patients now prefer the new Ebola treatment center instead of the other local ones.
MSF, doctors without borders informed that currently 80 patients are admitted in the largest Ebola treatment center.
Moreover, the group closely examines the causes behind this great alterations in the attitudes of the people. Later on, they reported that pathetic ambulance service, new transfer systems are some of the major reasons.
Tolbert Nyenswah, Assistant Health Minister informed that team of Cuban doctors and JKF Ebola medical panel are presently the controlling the new center.
Recently, Canada and Australia cancelled all the visas of Ebola patients in order to save their countries from this lethal disease.
The Canadian government officially announced that it put off all the visa applications of the natives of Africa.