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Abide By Anti-Ebola Measures - Supt Kpadebah
By D .Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount Correspondent
ROBERTSPORT, May 12 (LINA) – Grand Cape Mount acting Superintendent Tenneh S. Kpadebah is calling on citizens of the county to continue the Ebola prevention measures outlined by the Ministry of Health to avoid the recurrence of the virus.
Superintendent Kpadebah made the call in Jenewonde Town in Tewor District when she served as keynote speaker at the official program marking the declaration and certification of Liberia as an Ebola-free country by the World Health Organization.
She said despite the country being officially declared Ebola free, it is incumbent upon citizens of the country to continuously follow all the Ebola prevention measures which include the constant washing of hands, avoiding sick and dead people, among others.
“Let us not forget that our neighbors Guinea and Sierra Leone are still reporting new cases of the virus and honoring these protocols will help us avoid the recurrence of the outbreak of the disease in our country,” the Cape Mount official emphasized.
She lauded citizens for their role in the entire fight by observing the regulations as well as their cooperation with local leaders and health workers which, she noted, contributed to the eradication of the virus.
Kpadebah also expressed condolences to families that lost their relatives during the Ebola crisis and urged them to have faith in God.