Inside a new Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone – BBC News
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The first of six British centres for treating people suffering from Ebola is opening in Sierra Leone.
Built by the British army, the facility will be jointly run with the charity Save the Children. Clive Myrie looked around the new centre.
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Ebola is being used as a false flag to invade and get troops on the ground in Africa, by the terrorist USA, UK.
This is good news.
The only thing I have to say just to ask Allah for macy
First!!! Don’t judge me !!!
Good work this is under control
this is all for show, this place is poorly designed and not capable of treating and dealing with the ebola crisis.
Please help make the government STOP TRAVEL TO AND FROM AFRICA, sceening isn’t enough!
It’s what needs to be done!
What is the place called where the casualties ends up?