Learning from Ebola: how Sierra Leone is routinely tackling coronavirus

Sierra Leone is leaning of lessons learned from the Ebola outbreak to prepare them for a potential COVID-19 outbreak. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Jia B. Kangbai
PhD Research Fellow, Center for International Health, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
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The frequency of new cases in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone during the Ebola Outbreak from March 25, 2014 to April 13, 2016.
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