Death toll of the number believed to have been killed by the deadly Ebola virus in Guinea has risen to over 100. According to the World Health Organization, the virus is one of the most challenging it has ever dealt with and could take another four months to contain.
Statistics available to 233 Live News indicates that so far, about 10 persons have been killed by the virus in Liberia 101 in Guinea.
The Ebola virus which has caused lots of scare across the world especially in most African countries is spread by close contact and kills between 25% and 90% of its victims.
Many West African states have porous borders, and people travel frequently between countries.
Southern Guinea is at the epicentre of the outbreak, with the first case reported last month.
The geographical spread of the outbreak is continuing to make it particularly challenging to contain…
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