CDC Holds W’shop For 5 County Officers
By Lewis Verdier
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently trained several participants from five southeastern counties on the prevention of the deadly Ebola virus.
The training workshop which brought together several volunteers was held at the Pastoral Center in Harper, Maryland County.
Speaking during the training, the Chief Executive Officer of the Jackson F. DOE Memorial Hospital in Tapita Nimba County, Francis Kateh, said the fight against Ebola should not be fragmented; noting that all Liberians should get involved.
He said since the civil war did not unite Liberians, it is now for Liberians to unite as a nation and people to combat the spread of this vicious Ebola epidemic.
Kateh further urged the County Health Teams to intensify the fight against the Ebola virus in their various counties in order to save the lives of the Liberian people.