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Japan Donates 7 Ambulances To Ebola Fight
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Japan Donates 7 Ambulances To Ebola Fight

MONROVIA, October 31(LINA) - Japan has donated seven ambulances worth over US$400,000 as additional support to the fight the  Ebola virus in Liberia.

The ambulances arrived in the country on Thursday, October 30, at the Roberts International Airport on board a chartered cargo flight, according a Foreign Ministry press release.

Assistant Foreign Minister Dehpue Zuo and Assistant Health Minister John Linga received the ambulances on behalf of government and thanked the Japanese Government for its continuous support to Liberia.

The ambulances followed an earlier donation of assorted medical supplies by Japan.
LINA

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