Ebola Sierra Leone's health ministry investigating reported death

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently raised an alarm, informing African leaders that the virus might return.

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A health worker injects a woman with an Ebola vaccine during a trial in Monrovia, February 2, 2015. REUTERS/James Giahyue play A health worker injects a woman with an Ebola vaccine during a trial in Monrovia, February 2, 2015. REUTERS/James Giahyue (Reuters)
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Sierra Leone's health ministry said on Thursday it was investigating a suspected Ebola death in Tonkolili district, hours after the World Health Organisation said transmission of the virus in West Africa had ended.

"A suspected Ebola death has been reported in Tonkolili district today," said a note sent by the ministry to health officials in the country and seen by Reuters.

Children came  forward to get their feet disinfected after a Red Cross worker explained that they are spraying bleach, and not spraying the village with the Ebola virus, in Forecariah.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently raised an alarm, informing African leaders that the virus might return.

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