2,296 People Have Died From Ebola – WHO

The World Health Organization has said that the death toll for Ebola has climbed to at least 2,296

The Ebola outbreak has now claimed at least 2,296 lives, the World Health Organization announced yesterday, September 9, 2014.

The WHO has described this year’s outbreak as the worst ever and has recorded a total of 4,293 confirmed cases within West Africa.

The body has also warned that the numbers are very likely to rise with Liberia being the worst hit.

The Liberian Defense Minister, Brownie Samukai has said that the outbreak poses a “serious threat” to the nation’s very existence.


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