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The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says “immediate and urgent action” must be taken to avoid an Ebola ‘catastrophe’ in Sierra Leone. The World Health Organization has been criticized for allowing the Ebola virus to thousands of people before American missionaries were infected, flown out the country and treated with experimental drug and other treatment to help them increase their survival probability.
Medical charity MSF (Doctors Without Borders) has said Ebola spread had created a “wartime” situation in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
MSF President Joanne Liu has said, “I think the wake-up call was too late.”