Ebola Outbreak Continues To Cause Panic As Doctors Look For A Way To Stop It: The Death Toll Has Risen To 337 With No End In Sight. Ebola Virus Update 6-20-2014

Posted: June 20, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEOS: The Deadly Ebola Virus Outbreak continues to claim victims as Doctors look for ways to stop the disease. The contagious nature of the virus is brutal and fears of it still spreading to other nations and big cities are running high. The WHO organization has no answers on how to stop it as the death toll from the outbreak has reached 337.

A short video diary by the United Methodist Church on Ebola Outbreak.

The Ebola outbreak is the deadliest ever outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever. It seems to be isolated in 3 nation part West Africa. Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia all seem to be the epicenter on this contagion. Will The virus be contained to those parts of West Africa or will it breach containment and spread to other nations?  Doctors do not know how the virus is being spread and it looks like it will continue its extended stay. Pray for the people of those 3 West African nations. Thank you for visiting These Christian Times and God Bless You.

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AFRICA NEWS DAILY.COM: The death toll in west Africa’s three-nation Ebola outbreak has risen to 337, the World Health Organisation said Wednesday, making it the deadliest ever outbreak of the haemorrhagic fever.

Fresh data from the UN health agency showed that the number of deaths in Guinea, the hardest-hit country, has reached 264, while 49 had died in Sierra Leone and 24 in Liberia.

The new toll marks a more than 60-percent hike since the WHO’s last figure on June 4, when it said 208 people had succumbed to the deadly virus.

Including the deaths, 528 people across the three countries have contracted Ebola, one of the deadliest viruses known to man, the WHO said.

Yet agency spokeswoman Fadela Chaib insisted the far higher number of cases did not mean the virus was spreading faster READ MORE: http://www.newsdaily.com/africa/e34db099d8800613d7346b2041421516/west-africa-ebola-death-toll-hits-337



WLRH.ORG: When an Ebola outbreak lasts for months and continues to show up in new cities, health officials take notice.

That’s exactly what’s happening in West Africa. An outbreak that started in Guinea last February has surged in the past few weeks. It’s now the deadliest outbreak since the virus was first detected in 1976.

More than 500 cases have been reported in three West African countries, and the death toll has risen to 337, the World Health Organization said Wednesday. That’s up from 208 cases reported two weeks ago, a 60 percent spike READ MORE: http://www.wlrh.org/NPR-News/doctors-arent-sure-how-stop-africas-deadliest-ebola-outbreak


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