The World Health Organization (WHO) announced yesterday that the death toll from the Ebola epidemic affecting Central Africa increased to 6,915 people from 18.603 cases in December 14. The organization added that there are signs that show that the incidence in Sierra Leone decreased.
The WHO noted that the affected by the epidemic decreased in that locality, even though 327 new cases were confirmed in the past week, including 125 in the Freetown capital.
“A major operation to curb the spread of the disease in the West Country it´s being implemented,” said the WHO.
The three most affected countries are Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.