Ebola Epidemic Negatively Affecting Access To HIV Treatment In Liberia
IRIN: Ebola hampers HIV/AIDS care in Liberia
“…There are an estimated 30,000 people living with HIV in Liberia, according to UNAIDS. Before the Ebola outbreak, more than 70 percent of them had access to treatment via 144 HIV/AIDS care centers scattered across the country. But now, due to a shortage of health workers and fear about Ebola transmission, more than 60 percent of these facilities have shut their doors, according to the National AIDS Control Program (NACP)…” (11/21).
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