According to WHO, Ebola Has Brought About Over 5,689 Deaths & 15,935 Cases
The WHO also stated that 15,935 cases of the disease had been recorded while also adding that the spread of the virus seems to have slowed down.
Cases of the disease are stable in Guinea, stable or declining in Liberia but apparently on the increase in Sierra Leonewhere according to the UN agency “transmission remains persistent and intense”.
Sierra Leone is said to account for almost two-thirds of all the new cases and has lost seven doctors to the disease while an eighth has been confirmed to have the disease.
The nation’s capital, Freetown reported 118 new cases in the past week, making it the worst affected area so far.”