The World Lebanese Culture Union of Liberia (WLCU) has expressed worries over the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia and assures its support to national efforts aimed at bringing relief.
In a statement issued Tuesday, the Union said its executives were engaged with authorities of the Ministry of Health and other global initiatives on what the Lebanese Community can assist in the control and prevention of this deadly virus, as we did first and second phases.
The WLCU has stressed that preventive and other hygienic measures prescribed by Health Authorities must be strictly adhered to, if the deadly Ebola virus is to be completely wipeout of Liberia.
The Union then commended the Liberian Government and other international efforts and assured its unflinching support aimed at raiding the country of the Ebola virus.
The WLCU dispelled all rumors of any evacuation.
Meanwhile the Lebanese Embassy in Monrovia and all its facilities are still operating as usual and well engaged to fight Ebola. “Together we stand for better or worse,” the statement concluded.