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On November 3, the medical Aircraft to be base in Liberia and serve the West African Sub-region has being launch in the County. The ASPEN-Medical Aircraft will take patient from Liberia to other parts of West Africa. The Beach craft 900C is owned and operated by Aspen-Medical International which has health facilities present in Africa including Liberia. The Aircraft carry six patients at a time. Moses Garzeawu reports
The Liberia Medical Mission formed by members of the Liberian diaspora works to eradicate and spread awareness of Ebola in Liberia. The group worked to limit the spread of the disease during its peak and continues to bring medical supplies to Liberia. VOA's Monique John reports.
Chevron's partnership with Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine brings pediatricians and OB-GYNs to JFK Memorial Medical Center in Monrovia, Liberia, to help improve medical care for mothers and children. For more about Chevron in Liberia, visit http://www.chevron.com/countries/liberia/.
To say medical supplies and healthcare personnel are in short supply in Liberia would be a vast understatement. Liberia Vice President Joseph Boakai and his delegation met with healthcare leaders in the northwest metro to emphasize that point. Earlier this year, the Ebola virus crippled the republic still recovering from a devastating civil war. More than 4800 people died from the Ebola virus, which included many medical personnel. Basic supplies like gloves and syringes are still scarce. "It's nothing like you see here," says Vice President Boakai. "Without good health, there's nothing we can do." Many Liberians and volunteers from the northwest metro have led the way in rebuilding efforts. Brooklyn Park Fire Chief Ken Prillaman has organized firefighting donation efforts and training ...
Ebola Outbreak - Medical Teams in Liberia Struggle To Cope MEDICAL TEAMS IN LIBERIA STRUGGLE TO COPE Medical teams in Liberia struggle to cope as the Ebola epidemic worsens. Dramatic footage documenting the harrowing task faced by medical teams dealing with the mounting numbers of Ebola victims dying in their homes has emerged. The current Ebola outbreak is the worst in history and has swept through Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, and has also stretched into Nigeria and Senegal. But Liberia has been hit the hardest, with more than 3,800 cases and slightly more than 2,000 deaths. In another development, Scientists have used Ebola disease spread patterns and airline traffic data to predict a 75 percent chance the virus could be imported to France by October 24, and a 50 percent ch...
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http://kazakh-tv.kz/en/view/world_news/page_71109_ Medical nurses go on strike in Liberia. They demand increase of their salaries and improvement of protection against Ebola. Doctors and nurses have announced that they will not start work until they are given protective kits.
To help Liberia contain the Ebola virus, China has provided medical supplies as emergency humanitarian aid. Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and the Chinese Ambassador to Liberia, Zhang Yue, attended the handover ceremony in the capital Monrovia.
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Liberia has opened a Chinese funded medical center in the capital Monrovia Tuesday. The bulk of medical supplies and equipment had been shipped from China to help set up the 100 bed infectious disease hospital built in the space of a month. Clementine Logan reports
The Chinese government has sent around 5 million US dollars’ worth of emergency medical supplies to help fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.The shipment consists of disease-prevention materials. It arrived by plane in the capitals of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia on Monday evening. The supplies will be followed on Wednesday by 3 teams of Chinese medical experts.
Liberia has discharged its last confirmed Ebola patient from medical treatment in a key landmark in the country's battle against the deadly virus. There have been no reports of new cases in a week in Liberia which, just days ago, officially reopened its schools following a seven month shutdown to prevent Ebola spreading. A total of 42 clear days are needed for 'Ebola-free' status to be officially declared, according to WHO guidelines. Those on the frontline say there is no room for complacen… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/03/05/liberia-discharges-last-ebola-patient-from-medical-care What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www....