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Decline in Liberia could be real trend

29 Oct, 2014

The WHO says cases are declining in Liberia and this could be a real trend, although the epidemic is still continuing. There are empty beds in treatment centers and the number of burials has declined. There may be as much as a 25 percent week-on-week reduction in cases. WHO official:

The epidemic (in Liberia) may be slowing down

This is likely due to more safe burials, higher isolation rates, and public health campaigns.

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