British Ebola hospital opens for patients in Sierra Leone

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An Ebola treatment centre, built by the British army and Sierra Leonean construction workers, opened outside the capital Freetown this week.

The centre in Kerry Town includes an 80-bed facility to be managed by Save the Children and a 12-bed unit for infected health care workers to be staffed by British army medics.

The construction of the treatment facility was funded by the British Department for International Development (DFID) and designed and overseen by British Army Royal Engineers.

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Ntr Htp says:

More British Biological weapon labs; with the continued push to commit genocide against Black Africans!  

MrBrolizzz says:

oh look another base for U.K,yeah go help. God help  Sierra Leone

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