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Liberia, Guinea end cross-border surveillance meeting

Moses Wenyou/Benjamin S. Taingay

(elbcradio.com/August 5, 2015)-Liberian and Guinean authorities, in collaboration with Global Communities, have ended the 4th cross-border surveillance meeting the Guinean town of Yomouand.

The meeting focused on how the two countries can eliminate the Ebola virus from the West African sub-region.

Bong County Chief Medical Officer, Sampson Arzu-Akoi, said the County Health Team is intensifying surveillance in the area to ensure that transmission of the virus is curbed in the country.

For their part, Guinean Government officials at the meeting thanked their Liberian counterparts for organizing the Ebola surveillance discussing to strategize how to kick the pandemic out of the region.

They expressed the Guinean Government’s commitment to the efforts geared at getting rid of the Ebola virus disease in West Africa, particularly the Mano River Union Basin.

 


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