United States-based pharmaceutical company Mapp Biopharmaceutical has begun testing the Ebola virus treatment ZMapp in Liberia.
My Heart’s Appeal, an international humanitarian organization, will host the third celebration in Liberia of the World Down Syndrome Day on March 21.
Administrators in Margibi County have denied reports from the Liberian News Agency stating that there are four new cases of Ebola in the county.
The C.H. Rennie Hospital has resumed normal operations following days of closure over violence.
Victor Doolakeh Taryor has resigned as chief administrator of Ganta United Methodist Hospital after eight years of service.
Radio Seinway reports that on Feb. 4, a huge consignment of assorted medical items were donated to the G. W. Harley Memorial Hospital.
A faith-based, not-for-profit organization operating in Lofa County, the origin of Liberia’s Ebola nightmare, has donated a consignment of assorted materials including anti-Ebola materials to several residents. The supplies come on the heel of unconfirmed media reports suggesting that a suspected Ebola patient traveled to the county earlier this week to seek medical attention after being exposed to the virus in Monrovia.
Lewis Brown, Liberia’s information minister, has urged Liberians to make history in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus. Brown spoke today at the daily press briefing at the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism.