By Lewis Verdier; in Maryland
Maryland County, Pleebo District, Representative, Bhofal Chambers says the construction of Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) across the country is not the solution in curtaining the deadly Ebola virus.
Rep. Chambers suggested to the Liberian Government to begin constructing modern health facilities throughout the country that will include isolation walls.
He said in order for Liberia safe for now and the future, government must ensure that incentives are given to the health workers who are the front liners in the fight against the deadly disease so that they can be happy and be committed and dedicated to saving humanity.
Rep. Chambers lauded the people of Maryland County and Liberians in general for zealously protecting their health by taking all the preventive measures. He then called on government to do more in ensuring that the virus becomes history.
The lawmaker made the remarks when he visited the headquarters of the Congres for Democratic Change (CDC) in Harper, Maryland County where he spoke to some members of the party and the Maryland County Ebola Awareness team.
He lauded them for joining the fight against the deadly pestilence and also thanked the management of SIFCA for reinstating some of its employees who were dismissed. Rep. Chambers disclosed that CRC/MOPP have begun to commit and subscribing to good employment practice.
Rep. Chambers is contesting against incumbent Senator, John Ballout though he is a sitting Representative of Maryland County.