Ebola Outbreak Threatens To Spread With Cases In Freetown, Sierra Leone And Lagos, Nigeria

Friday, July 25, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Dennis Lynch
IBTimes.com
July 25 2014

The most deadly Ebola outbreak in history threatens to expand again this week after the largely isolated virus made its way to the capital of Sierra Leone and Africa’s most populous city, Lagos, Nigeria.

The most deadly Ebola outbreak in history threatens to expand again this week after the largely isolated virus made its way to the capital of Sierra Leone and Africa’s most populous city, Lagos, Nigeria.

Sierra Leone police and officials asked for the public’s help finding a test-positive woman who was forcibly removed from a hospital by family members and is suspected to be somewhere in Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital of 1 million people. Saudatu Koroma, 32, lives in a densely populated neighborhood in Freetown, exacerbating fears she could spread the disease to those near her. Local radio stations broadcast an appeal from officials asking residents to help find her.

“Saudatu Koroma of 25 Old Railway Line, Brima Lane, Wellington,” the announcement read. “She is a positive case and her being out there is a risk to all. We need the public to help us locate her.”

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