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Countries should learn from Nigeria to tackle Ebola: WHO

Updated Tuesday 11 November 2014 11:34
Countries should learn from Nigeria to tackle Ebola: WHO
The World Health Organisation have asked countries struck by the dreaded Ebola Virus disease (EVD) to learn from Nigeria, a country that battled and won the war against Ebola. 

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This was made known by the Communications Officer, WHO, Samantha Bolton, who said that it was imperative for all countries to learn from the Nigerian experience in successfully containing the disease.

“For the medical team, whenever they notice an unusual case, it is best to call an incident meeting and arrive at a decision on how best to tackle it,”


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