Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Imam Mohammed A. Paasewe
Cape Mount Supt Urges Health Workers To Return To Work
By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent
ROBERTSPORT, September 10 (LINA)- Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Imam Mohammed A. Paasewe is urging health workers in the county to return to work in an effort to save lives.
He said the delay by health workers to return to work is one of the key factors responsible for the spread of the Ebola virus in the county.
He explained that some of the curable diseases that could be prevented easily by health workers are now killing citizens due to the failure of health facilities in the county to reopen.
According to the Liberia News Agency correspondent in the county, Superintendent Paasewe made the statement recently, when he toured the county on an Ebola prevention sensitization awareness campaign.
He said the return of health workers to the various clinics, hospitals and other health facilities will alleviate the fear of the people to utilize health facilities for medical treatment.
Superintendent Paasewe also explained that the reopening health facilities and the return of workers will help to minimize the spread of the Ebola virus in the county.