New Ebola genocide after Liberia all-clear

Health workers leave after they took a blood citation from a child to exam for a Ebola pathogen in a area were a 17-year aged child died from a pathogen on a hinterland of Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015Image copyright

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Liberia had been announced giveaway of Ebola in September

A 15-year-old child has died of Ebola in Liberia reduction than 3 months after a nation was announced giveaway of a virus, officials have told a BBC.

He tested certain final week and died late on Monday during a diagnosis centre nearby a capital, Monrovia, Francis Kateh, a arch medical officer, said.

His father and hermit are being treated for Ebola during a centre.

Liberia has seen some-more than 10,000 Ebola cases and some-more than 4,000 deaths given a West Africa conflict began in 2013.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has twice announced Liberia to be Ebola-free, once in May and again in September.

The teenage boy’s mom and dual other siblings have also been certified to a diagnosis centre to be monitored, health method orator Sorbor George said.

He told a BBC that 8 medical workers “who are during high risk given they came in approach hit with a boy” were also underneath surveillance.

The BBC’s Jonathan Paye-Layleh in Monrovia says scarcely 160 people are now being monitored given a new cases were reliable final week.

Radio and radio stations have resumed broadcasting Ebola recognition messages, he says.

Civil multitude groups have also stepped adult a debate to get volunteers to be vaccinated opposite a illness in a corner US-Liberia Ebola trial, a contributor says.

On Monday, Liberia pronounced a US had concluded to send dual experts to a nation to assistance examine a method of a outbreaks.

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Liberia available a initial Ebola box in Mar final year and analysts trust a latest cases are a critical shock for a country.

Sierra Leone was announced giveaway of Ebola on 7 November.

More than 11,000 people have died of a illness given Dec 2013, a immeasurable infancy of them in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.