Liberia’s Ebola Curve Stopped Falling at 10 Cases/Day! — Factpod #11

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This trend shows daily new cases confirmed by blood samples; not all suspected and probable cases. Since August the trend went up above 60 and then back down. But not to zero. It stayed around 10 new cases per day. The hunt can not stop until it reaches zero. The line in this video is available in SitRep 202 from the Ministry of Health of Liberia here: http://goo.gl/ZTMQcl

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Søren Winther Lundby says:

In a world characterized by information overload, Hans Rosling proves that profound facts and insights can be communicated  swiftly and precise. Lesson learned: We need to go beyound traditional newspaper articles and PDFs. We need to develop a new format for communicating and discussing facts & actions. 

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