Press the Ebola Outbreak, Liberia Will Shoot Illegal Crossers From Sierra Leone - The goevernment of liberia, Monday (08/18/2014), the country's armed forces ordered to shoot anyone who tried to croos illegally from the neighboring country of sierra leone, which is affected by outbreaks Ebola.
Liberian armed forces to put troops in the region of bomi and Grand Cape Mount on the border with Sierra Leone. "They were ordered to shoot anyone who tried to cross the border," said Deputy Commander of the Armed Forces of Liberia, Colonel Eric Dennis.
Region Grand Cape Mount have at least 35 point "entrance" that could be used illegally. Similarly, immigration commander, Colonel Samuel Mulbah.
"Doors border illegally is a major health threat. because we do not know their health condition that pass in the night," said Mulbah.
Liberian government closed its border with Sierra Leone a few weeks ago in an effort to prevent the spread of Abola that has killed 1.100 people in west Africa.
Commands issued shoot at this place after residents of west view, a slum near the capital Monrovia, attacked an isolation center and release 30 patience.
Ebola in the area. As citizens concerned about the deadly disease will spread rapidly in the slum settlements. "I see sick people carrying out quarantine center Ebola. Some people take them home to be treated, "said Teah.
Liberian Daily publications, The Daily Observer reported most Liberians believe outbreak
Ebola is the job of government to keep foreign aid flowing into the country. Residents also criticized the Liberian government that does not provide adequate health care for patients
ebola including medical services, food and safe burial. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), until August 15, 2014 recorded 1,145 people were killed by
ebola in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. A total of 786 patients were still a good unpredictable and affectedEbola found in Liberia. A total of 413 people of whom died.
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