Bomi County Superintendent Samuel Brown
Two More Ebola Survivors Re-unite With Families In Bomi
By David Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, September 28 (LINA) - Two more survivors of the Ebola virus have been reunited with their families and communities in Tubmanburg, Bomi County, an official of the local taskforce has disclosed.
The Coordinator of the Bomi County Task Force, Superintendent Samuel Brown, said County Health Team (CHT) in collaboration with the Taskforce released the two persons Friday following completion of their treatment.
Brown said by next week, four other survivors will also be reunited with their families in various parts of the countyand the provincial capital Tubmanburg, noting that the CHT expects to release a total of 10 Ebola survivors in Bomi County shortly.
In an interview with the Liberia News Agency (LINA) on Friday, Superintendent Brown said the county is in a strong fighting spirit to eradicate the Ebola disease.
According to him, the CHT has contained the disease in Tubmanburg, Klay, Senjeh and Suehn Mecca districts, noting that Tubmanburg is now declared an Ebola safety zone.
He said the new cases reported came from the Dewein District which is closer to Brewersville and Po River in Montserrado County.