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MOH Situation Report Shows 205 Ebola Patients Still In ETUs
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Minister of Health and Social Welfare, the Honorable Walter T. Gwenigale

 

 

 

 

MOH Situation Report Shows 205 Ebola Patients Still In ETUs
By Wilfred Gortor

MONROVIA, November 12 (LINA) -The Ministry of Health (MOH) Ebola situation report shows a total of 205 Ebola patients are still undergoing treatment at Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) across the country as of November 8.

According to the report, Montserrado accounts for 167 of the total number of patients, while 29 are in Bong and nine in Nimba counties.


Of the 167 patients that are in Montserrado County, the ELWA ETU-II accounts for 41, while the ELWA ETU-III accounts for 44 Ebola patients.

The Island Clinic facility is hosting 71, while the newly-opened ETU at the new Ministry of Defense-I located in Congo Town accounts for 11 Ebola patients.

Meanwhile, the report has placed the total number of contacts being followed up nationwide at 6,222.

According to the report, out of the 6,222, about 5,957 contacts are being seen on a daily basis, while 246 contacts have completed 21-days follow up.
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