Falling number of Ebola cases mark 'turning point' in West Africa epidemic: WHO

The World Health Organization officials have said that the falling cases of Ebola in West Africa in the three most affected countries show a "turning point" in the crisis.

London: The World Health Organization officials have said that the falling cases of Ebola in West Africa in the three most affected countries show a "turning point" in the crisis.

According to BBC, only eight cases were reported in Liberia last week as opposed to 500 a week in September.

Guinea and Sierra Leone have also seen a fall in the number of Ebola cases.

However, the urge to find the Ebola patients to treat them accordingly continues.

The Ebola outbreak has infected 21,724 people and killed 8,641people so far in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.

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