It is 9:48 am in Monrovia on Friday, August 01, 2014

Aggrieved Neezoe residents staged a road block protest
Two persons suspected dead from the Ebola virus were found on Thursday, July 31 in separate rooms in a house at the Acheke Junction in the Neezo Community, Paynesville.  Both persons died on Tuesday, July 29, according to an eyewitness.

(L-r) Stranded traders n the bridge; long shot of the bridge connecting Ganta and Guinea
An authority on Guinean side of the Ganta border has surprisingly closed their border as of this morning, reportedly due to the spread of the deadly Ebola Virus.

L-R: Catholic Archbishop Lewis J. Zeigler and LCC President, Rt. Rev. Dr. Jonathan B.B. Hart endorsed the resolution in consonance with other non-denominational church associations
More than 100 Bishops, Pastors, General Overseers, Prophets, Evangelists and other Ministers of the Gospel, under the auspices of the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), converged Wednesday at the edifice of the St.

Bush meat is a delicacy in Liberia cuisine but is suspected to be a carrier of the Ebola virus
In line with measures to combat the deadly Ebola virus in the country, the Minister of Justice, Cllr. Christina Tah, has with immediate effect authorized the Liberia National Police (LNP), headed, by Police Director, Col. Clarence C. Massaquoi, to arrest anyone found with bush meat.

‘Brahbee –dem’ refers to the low-lifers, most of who are drug users, petty criminals, pickpockets, car-loaders, the homeless... we have all seen them, interacted with them... Given what we now know of Ebola, even this merely casual interaction with them presents an elevated risk.
I had just dropped my wife downtown on Buchanan Street and was heading back to work in Sinkor – 19th Street.

Banner carrying Ebola awareness and prevention was posted at major entertainment centers in Ganta
As the outbreak of the deadly Ebola Virus spreads across Liberia, the Ganta City Authorities, in collaboration of the United Methodist Hospital Administration, have  established a special task force to respond to any Ebola cases in Ganta and its environs.

Aggrieved Neezoe residents staged a road block protest

(L-r) Stranded traders n the bridge; long shot of the bridge connecting Ganta and Guinea

L-R: Catholic Archbishop Lewis J. Zeigler and LCC President, Rt. Rev. Dr. Jonathan B.B. Hart endorsed the resolution in consonance with other non-denominational church associations

Bush meat is a delicacy in Liberia cuisine but is suspected to be a carrier of the Ebola virus

‘Brahbee –dem’ refers to the low-lifers, most of who are drug users, petty criminals, pickpockets, car-loaders, the homeless... we have all seen them, interacted with them... Given what we now know of Ebola, even this merely casual interaction with them presents an elevated risk.

Banner carrying Ebola awareness and prevention was posted at major entertainment centers in Ganta

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Nurses take care of a patient with Ebola hemorrhagic fever. AFP/WHO photo

Ebola Threatens Liberia

At least 59 of out of 80 persons are now confirmed dead after coming in contact with the Ebola virus in the southern forest regions of Gueckedou and Macenta in Guinea, close to the Liberian border, Guinea’s government has confirmed. 

Reports of the virus trickling into northern Liberia suggest at least one Ebola-related death in Foya, Lofa County. Up to press time, officials in Lofa could not be reached for comment. Monrovia officials are also tightlipped, only stating that a press conference will be held Monday.

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The Liberia Amputee Football and Sports Association, (LAFASA) and the United States Amputees Football Federation have jointly postponed the August 9, 2014 international friendly football match in M

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‘Brahbee –dem’ refers to the low-lifers, most of who are drug users, petty criminals, pickpockets, car-loaders, the homeless... we have all seen them, interacted with them... Given what we now know of Ebola, even this merely casual interaction with them presents an elevated risk.

I had just dropped my wife downtown on Buchanan Street and was heading back to work in Sinkor – 19th Street.

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