Ebola Outbreak: What Nigeria Can Learn from Uganda


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Dr. Jackson Amone has garnered quite the reputation for tackling the Ebola virus in Uganda and West Africa at large.

According to him, one of the most important things where this virus is concerned is speed, "Spotting cases quickly, confirming them as Ebola and sending out teams," as BBC puts it.

More than 425 people contracted the virus, mainly in the northern town of Gulu. More than half of them died.

Since then there have been four more outbreaks.

In addition to that, Uganda has had to fight similar viral haemorrhagic fevers like Marbug, Crimean Congo and Yellow Fever.

But the government has managed to stop widespread Ebola outbreaks.

Click to read about their method

Source: #BBC


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