Isaac Boateng

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To end the largest known outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in West Africa and to prevent new transmissions, rapid epidemiological tracing of cases and contacts was required. The ability to quickly identify unknown sources and chains of transmission is key to ending the EVD epidemic and of even greater importance in the context of recent reports of Ebola(More)
By the end of the Ebola epidemic, death reporting in Sierra Leone (SL) became more acceptable amongst local populations, with nearly all deaths being reported to the Ebola hot line alert centers. To continue the positive momentum generated by the epidemic, the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS) and the US Centers for Disease Control and(More)
Since the start of the Ebola virus disease (Ebola) outbreak in West Africa, Sierra Leone has reported 8,706 confirmed Ebola cases and 3,956 deaths. During September 15-16, 2015, heavy rains flooded the capital, Freetown, resulting in eight deaths, home and property destruction, and thousands of persons in need of assistance. By September 27, approximately(More)
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