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Sierra Leone Mayor Urges Public to Follow Anti-Ebola Measures

It’s been seven months since the first case of Ebola was discovered in Sierra Leone. The mayor of the capital Freetown, Franklin Bode Gibson, said he has buried a large number of people.  “I can tell you," he said, "that the Freetown City Council has buried about 2,200 corpses since the start of the disease.”  Officials say of that number, over 1,200 deaths have been caused by the deadly virus. Just this week two medical doctors have died of Ebola  --...

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