WHO declares end to Ebola virus epidemic

WHO declares end to Ebola virus epidemic

The Ebola epidemic that has ravaged west Africa for two years is over after Liberia, the last affected country, received the all-clear, the Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Thursday.

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Canadian Ebola vaccine headed for Geneva

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