Grand Cape Mount County Senator Edward Dagoseh
Cape Mount Ebola Death Toll Troubles Caucus -- Sen. Dagoseh
By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent
ROBERTSPORT, September 29 (LINA) - Grand Cape Mount County Senator Edward Dagoseh says the County Legislative Caucus is concerned about the Ebola death rate in the county.
He disclosed that the caucus is formulating strategies to proffer to the County Task Force that will help avoid the further spread of Ebola and destruction of lives.
“The County Legislative Caucus is doing everything possible to seek financial and medical supplies, including PPEs and drugs, for health facilities in the county,” Senator Dagoseh told reporters in Garwular District at the weekend.
Senator Dagoseh is, meanwhile, appealing to health workers in the county to return to work so that health facilities that have been shut down as a result of the Ebola outbreak will re-open to provide services to the people.
In a related development, the Grand Cape Mount County Senator has urged citizens to adhere to the Ebola prevention regulations outlined by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to avoid the spread of the virus.
The lawmaker said failure to observe the ministry’s regulations could cause the deaths of more citizens.