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Harper Rotarians Donate To Ebola Taskforce
By John Bropleh, LINA Maryland County Correspondent
HARPER, September 25(LINA) - The Harper Rotary Club has donated a consignment of sanitary materials costing over US$5,000 to the Maryland County Ebola Task Force.
Presenting the materials Wednesday, the president of the club and also a lecturer of the William V.S Tubman University in Harper Maryland County, Dr. Elizabeth Carbajosa, said the donation was the club’s way of identifying with the county’s Ebola Task Force.
Also speaking at the donation ceremony, an American doctor from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told Marylanders to abide by the measures instituted by health authorities to contain the spread of the Ebola disease in Liberia.
Dr. Carolyn Beer, who is in the county to beef up the strength of the Ebola Task Force, said Ebola is easy to prevent, adding that Liberians must only desist from its denial and cooperate with health workers to eradicate the virus.
Receiving the Items, the head of the Task Force, acting Superintendent Nathaniel Toe, thanked the Harper Rotary Club for the donation, terming it as timely, noting, “Our County was in dire need of these items to reach out to our people to preach Ebola messages.
The items donated by the Harper Rotary Club include 56 containers, six barrels, and several cartons of chlorine.