Below are recent blogs about #ebola from http://crofsblogs.typepad.com/h5n1/ over the last 3 days. It is useful because it contains some unique information sources, not just the usual AP/Reuters/Time/CNN news regurgitation.
Via FrontPageAfrica: Dr. Dada Falls: Ebola Kills Ugandan-Born Liberian Doctor. Excerpt:
A Uganda-born doctor, Dr. John Taban Dada, has become the latest health worker to fall died early Thursday of Ebola at the ELWA II Treatment Center.
Mr. Tolbert Nyenswah, Assistant Minister for Curative and Preventive Services at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare told FrontPageAfrica Thursday that the gynecologist and surgeon was immediately buried Thursday in accordance with policies requiring quick interment of victims.
Dr. Dada reportedly tended to Rev. Napoleon Braithwaite, a Special Assistant to the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Bernice Dahn, who died from the deadly…
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