Life in post-Ebola Sierra Leone: ‘We are still struggling’

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It has been two years since Sierra Leone was first officially declared Ebola-free.

More than 11,000 people died across West Africa. It was the worst outbreak in history as healthcare systems struggled to fight the epidemic.

Al Jazeera’s Nina Devries takes a look at what has changed since then.

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ebola

made in ameriKKKa to kill blacks

Mz Melz 9-3-8 says:

It's possible that anti-venom would help early in the symptoms. It's possible that snake venom has been synthesized in the lab and is being spread airborne or in water wells to selected areas as a form of chemical warfare. that would explain how two health workers were transported transoceanic and treated successfully in a research hospital

the symptoms of mamba and spitting cobra envenomation is similar to ebola where the internal organs and nervous system are attacked. the black mamba victim can bleed from eyes, ears, mouth and all other body orifices. Unfortunately, chemical poisoning is part of land and power acquisition in distant and recent history

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