WHO To Declare Ebola Outbreak OVER

The two-year Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,000
people across West Africa and triggered a global health scare is to be declared
over today, with Liberia the last country expecting the all-clear.
The worst outbreak of the tropical virus in history has
wrecked the economies and health systems of the three worst-hit nations since
it emerged in southern Guinea in December 2013.
At its peak, it devastated Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone,
with bodies piling up in the streets and overwhelmed hospitals recording
hundreds of new cases a week.

The World Health Organization said Thursday’s announcement
in Geneva would “mark 42 days since the last Ebola cases in Liberia were tested
negative.” Such a relief. 

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