Army Medics Arrive In Sierra Leone

Posted on October 16, 2014

Ninety-one people, including nurses, doctors and infectious disease consultants, will run a field hospital near the capital Freetown to treat other medics who have caught the disease.
Their role will not involve treating members of the general public who have the killer disease.

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