WHO: Ebola cases decrease in Liberia

The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on October 29 that the increase rate in new cases of Ebola in Liberia is decreasing, which implies its first hopeful statement about the possibility of starting to bring the epidemic under control. “The number of cases in Liberia...

WHO establishes that the ebola spread will continue “intense”

The transmission is still “intense” in the capital of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, and there are unreported cases, said on October 22, the World Health Organization (WHO), adding that 443 health workers have been infected with the virus and 244 have died. It...

UN proposes to create a body of “white coats” to combat Ebola

The General Secretary of the UN, Ban Ki Moon, suggested this September 25 the creation of an international body of health professionals, or “white coats,” whostay in as needed to combat the Ebola outbreak in Africa Western. “We should consider if the world needs...

WHO requests affected countries by Ebola to employ border controls

The World Health Organization (WHO) called on all countries affected by the Ebola virus (Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nigeria) to put underway border controls to screen all citizens who want to leave the country and ban them to take a plane or a boat if they show symptoms...
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Vatican Asks for Free and Effective Treatments on AIDS Patients

The Cardinal Secretary of the Vatican State, Tarcisio Bertone, suggested today at the “Hail the mothers, hail the children” conference that AIDS patients should get “a free and effective treatment”. Bertone assured that studies made by Catholic...