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Sign of relief as Nigeria is declared Ebola free

The World Health Organisation on Monday declared the country Ebola free. It says Nigeria's success highlights that the virus can be contained. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGoD2p-Rwv0

W.H.O. to review its Ebola response effectiveness

With the Ebola epidemic seemingly coming to an end, the World Health Organization is set to review its level of preparedness. The organisation's response...

Ebola: Ethiopia Free of the Deadly Virus

Ethiopia's Public Health Institute has clarified that no cases of Ebola have been detected in the country. This, after rumours circulated on social media...

Chinese Clinic Remains Open Despite Health Workers Strike

Liberia has been one of the hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak. The overwhelming number of cases has put a strain on the countries...

Ebola: Does Ebola Exist?

It has been one of the more bizarre features of the deadly epidemic: a vocal minority in West African society denying that Ebola exists....

DR Congo president urges citizens to take Ebola outbreak seriously

Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi on Tuesday implored people in areas hit by the nation’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak to accept the disease is real and...

Ebola Fears Deter Tourists from Visiting Nigeria’s Osun Festival

Nigeria's Osun festival is one of western Nigeria's biggest attractions. Each year, thousands gather at the Osun River for the peace and fertility festival....

Ebola: Spanish Doctors Optimistic on Treatment of Ebola Infected Nurse

Doctors in Spain say that they are optimistic about their treatment for a Spanish nurse infected with Ebola. They say she has statistically passed...

Ebola: Technology Harnesses Information

One of the greatest challenges for health care workers responding to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, is that the virus continues to...

WHO: Cases Could Rise to 20,000 in November

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa could strike up to 20,000 people as soon as November and rumble on for years unless rigorous infection...