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Ebola: Liberians Dying Of Ignorance, Say Aid Workers

by Wochit 0:44 mins

Ebola: Liberians Dying Of Ignorance, Say Aid Workers

by Wochit 0:44 mins

More than 300 Liberians have been infected by the tropical virus, which has been raging in west Africa's forests since the start of the year. More than half of those who have caught the disease have died. But aids workers warn that it is ignorance over Ebola, rather than the virus itself, that is pushing up the death toll. Kendell Kauffeldt, the director in Liberia of Christian aid group Samaritan's Purse says "The ministry of health has established protocols.

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