UN vows to radically scale up Ebola fight

UN vows to radically scale up Ebola fight

UN vows to radically scale up Ebola fight

(Monrovia) – The United Nations has vowed to radically scale up support to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and said more health workers will be brought to Liberia to deal with the outbreak, which “perhaps will not be got quickly under control,” a senior United Nations official has announced.
“More health workers will be brought to the country to deal with the outbreak. The United Nations is looking at ways to radically scale up support to fight Ebola,” David Nabarro, Senior United Nations System Coordinator for Ebola, who was appointed by the Secretary-General to establish how best the UN can support affected communities, told reporters in the Liberian capital, Monrovia, at the end of his two-day visit to the country, the first leg of a visit to all Ebola-effected countries in West Africa.
(Courtesy WAM)

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