British assist workers who risked their lives to save victims of a Ebola pathogen have been celebrated for their efforts.
The conflict in West Africa claimed some-more than 11,000 lives. At a tallness there were hundreds of new cases a week.
Liberia has recently been announced Ebola giveaway though a tiny series of infections are still being reported in Guinea and Sierra Leone.
While operative in a region, nurses Pauline Cafferkey and Corporal Anna Cross engaged a disease.
They perceived a Pride of Britain award, on interest of other assist workers, from associate survivors.
The BBC’s Global Health Correspondent, Tulip Mazumdar, went to accommodate them.