Ebola ‘threatens some-more West African nations’

West African nations including Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Guinea Bissau should prepared for the arrival a lethal Ebola virus, the World Health Organisation said.

The WHO gave warning on Friday that a conflict in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Libera – a misfortune available given a pathogen was identified – had a intensity to widespread to as travellers pierce between countries.

“We wish other countries in West Africa to be prepared - bordering countries, Ivory Coast, Mali, Guinea Bissau – to prepare themselves,” pronounced Pierre Formenty, a WHO medical official.

He pronounced a UN health group is not considering recommendation of transport or trade restrictions on a three countries already influenced by a widespread – Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

Meanwhile, Sierra Leone warned on Friday that it was a critical crime to preserve someone putrescent with a Ebola virus.

The Health Ministry, in a statement, lamented a fact that a number of patients had liberated themselves from sanatorium in Kenema district, where a conflict is holding place, and left into hiding.

The matter pronounced that those interfering with a health teams would be punished. 

The WHO warned on Thursday that dramatic steps were needed as a series of deaths from a pathogen continued to arise in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The WHO pronounced it would assemble a assembly of a health ministers from 11 countries in Accra, Ghana on Jul 2 and 3 to residence a flourishing crisis.

Doctors Without Borders has described a conflict as out of control. It has been related to around 330 deaths in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.


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