WHO: Austin A. Jallah shares his experience fighting Ebola in Liberia

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“When the outbreak first started in March and we heard about this deadly virus Ebola, I was in Kakata,” says Austin S. Jallah, a student nurse of Kakata University, in Margibi County, Liberia and working as a WHO expert patient trainer.

“People really doubted the fact that Ebola was real, until we heard about the first case in the hospital. I wasn’t one of those who doubted though. Because I am a student nurse, I had read about the Ebola virus before, how it was first discovered back in 1976.”

You can learn more about Austin at this link:

http://www.who.int/features/2014/ebola-patient-trainer/en/

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Global Health with Greg Martin says:

Good to see the @World Health Organization (WHO) giving the perspective of people in the front line of the fight against Ebola

austin alba says:

My name is Austin too

Snacks and Facts with Caitlin Hill says:

Well done, sir.

Vance H says:

Sharing, Justice and Peace for all will Save Our Planet.

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