New Ebola Case Discovered in Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone – New Ebola Case Discovered in Sierra Leone, The World Health Organization on Friday confirmed the discovery of new cases of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
And recorded a new case of HIV infection, one day after the Declaration of the World Health Organization, the largest epidemic of Ebola virus in the end of history after having been rampant in West Africa over two years.
WHO experts have warned of declaring the end of the Ebola epidemic in Geneva yesterday that the risk of an outbreak of haemorrhagic fever again still exist, as the virus can lie in the semen of men survivors of the disease for 12 months after recovery.
The organization had declared free of infection Ebola Sierra Leone on November 7, and the absence of disease Guinea on 29 December. Dow Focus Group
Last World Health Organization statistics indicate that more than 11,300 people have died since the spread of the virus in December 2013, while the total number of infected people 28500.
International Health Organization, has warned when announcing vacancy West Africa from the last outbreak of the disease on Thursday that the region is still vulnerable to the outbreak of small spreads the virus.
Liberia was the last country is witnessing the end of an outbreak of Ebola, but she was declared free of the virus twice in the past, then the injuries appear again.
The country is free from transmission of the virus between humans after periods of incubation of the virus, which will last one of them 21 days later, the last known case of infection after they have given a negative result in the detection of the virus for the second time.