Ebola : 'the biggest ennemy we have are complacency and fatigue'

The most dangerous stage for Ebola-stricken countries has been overcome but, with the decrease of the number of contamination, Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed, head of the UN mission for Ebola emergency response, worries the countries reeling from the outbreak are now facing a new challenge. “Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea were doing very well in terms of economical growth and suddenly all that gain has been lost because of the Ebola”, he regrets, in an interview with FRANCE 24’s Armen Georgian.
Source: Travel Advice Guinea