Liberia has opened one of its largest Ebola treatment centres in the capital Monrovia

Ebola affecting multiple countries in West Africa. There were a small number of cases recorded in Nigeria and a single case reported in Senegal; however, these cases are considered to be contained, with no further spread in these countries.

   Now Liberia has opened one of its largest Ebola treatment centres in the capital Monrovia, bracing for a new wave of infections even as officials express hope that the disease going to minimize. More than 13,700 people have been hit by the disease, nearly half of them in Liberia.
According to World Health Organisation report now rate of infection in Liberia appears to be falling, but warned the response effort must be kept up or the trend could be reversed.Aid is now pouring into Liberia and other West African countries hard hit by Ebola.

Despite the signs of hope, Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said today that the memory of the sick and dying lying at home or in the streets with no place to go is still fresh.

 CDC and partners are taking precautions to prevent the further spread of Ebola within the United States. CDC is working with other U.S. government agencies, the World Health Organization (WHO), and other domestic and international partners and has activated its Emergency Operations Center to help coordinate technical assistance and control activities with partners. CDC has also deployed teams of public health experts to West Africa and will continue to send experts to the affected countries.
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