U.S. Closes Ebola Treatment Unit In Liberia As Country Prepares To Be Declared Ebola-Free

Agence France-Presse: Liberia closes U.S.-built Ebola unit
“The United States decommissioned its treatment unit Thursday for Liberian health care workers infected with Ebola, with the country set to be declared free of the virus within two weeks…” (4/30).

VOA News: U.S. Shuts Ebola Treatment Center in Liberia
“…Liberia has gone 32 days without a new Ebola case. If it stays that way until May 9, the World Health Organization most likely will declare the country Ebola-free…” (4/30).

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