Sierra Leone Now Has Tools To Effectively Address Ebola, U.N. Officials Say; Local, International Efforts Still Needed To Stop Epidemic

Agence France-Presse: Sierra Leone now has means to control Ebola epidemic: U.N.
“Sierra Leone now has the means to curb the Ebola epidemic, the new head of the U.N. mission for the fight against the disease and a senior World Health Organization official said…” (1/9).

Associated Press: Ending Ebola in ’15 depends on locals as much as foreign aid
“…Whether the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak can be wiped out in West Africa in 2015 is uncertain. To a large extent, it depends as much on locals changing their practices and beliefs as it does on continued international assistance…” (Cheng/Roy-Macaulay, 1/9).

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