“MSF’s response to the largest #Ebola outbreak in history began more than 16 months ago in March 2014 and, despite progress made in the fight against the virus, Ebola stubbornly lives on in #Guinea, #SierraLeone and #Liberia with more than 27,678 people infected and 11,276 lives lost. For the past eight weeks, the number of cases in the region has stagnated at around 30 new infections per week, a number that would be considered a disaster in normal circumstances. "We went from global indifference, to global fear, to global response and now to global fatigue. We must finish the job,” said MSF international president Dr Joanne Liu. © Anna Surinyach/MSF" By doctorswithoutborders on Instagram.
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