Ebola: New Cases Declining In West Africa

New Ebola cases in the three West African countries (Guinea,
Liberia and Sierra Leone) worst affected by the deadly outbreak of the virus
are declining, weekly UN figures show.
Sierra Leone and Guinea both recorded the lowest weekly
total of confirmed Ebola cases since August. Liberia, which reported no new
cases on two days last week, had its lowest weekly total since June.
The spirit of Freetown seem to be back with residents in the
capital celebrating, albeit quietly, the low Ebola infection figures. For over
a week the reported daily infections have been in single figures and on Tuesday
there were only two deaths.
Liberia will conquer Ebola, a resident said.

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