It was in June of 2014 that the deadly Ebola virus entered Liberia for the first time, spurring an epidemic that killed several 4,800 Liberians.
Liberia’s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, has indefinitely suspended five health workers of the Jenkins James Dossen Hospital in Harper, Maryland for their alleged involvement in stealing nutrition supplements meant to target children facing malnutrition.
The Ministry of Health has ended a two-day consultative meeting for medical doctors and county health officers from the 15 counties.
The chief medical officer of Liberia, Dr. Francis Kateh, said Liberia scored an ‘F’ in a recent simulation of the country’s resilience and preparedness to handle another Ebola epidemic.
Dr. Francis Kateh, Liberia’s chief medical officer, has made an appeal to the World Health Organization help the country address a financial gap he says the country’s health sector is faced with.
In an effort to strengthen the health system of Liberia, the National Public Health Institute of Liberia is currently conducting a three-day annual review of its activities in Buchanan, Grand Bassa.
Nearly a week following his inauguration, President George Weah has made dozens of additional appointments in government. The appointments, according to an Executive Mansion release issued on Saturday, affect several ministries and agencies of the government.
Academic activities at the William V. S. Tubman University in Maryland have resumed after coming to standstill on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, when students of the Engineering College made several demands for the university to improve the quality of education.