Bomi County Superintendent and Coordinator of the county’s Ebola task force, Samuel F Brown
Bomi Supt. Reports On Progress In Ebola Fight
By David Pamas Seedee, Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, December 5 (LINA) – Bomi County Superintendent and Coordinator of the county’s Ebola task force, Samuel F Brown, has said immense progress has been made by the county in its fight against the Ebola Virus.
Brown emphasized that though there are still few cases of Ebola in the county, there has been some degree of stability for the past two months.
In an interview with reporters in Tubmanburg recently, Brown attributed the decrease in the number of Ebola Cases to the numerous contributions and support received by the county from the government
and local and international organizations since the outbreak of the disease in the county.
He also highlighted the enormous support that has been provided to Ebola survivors and children orphaned by Ebola.
Meanwhile, Superintendent Brown is appealing to international partners for additional support in the areas of contact tracing, robust response and social mobilization, among others, noting “with
the support of the international community and the observation of Ebola preventive measures, Ebola will be completely eradicated from Bomi.”