A fact sheet with frequently asked questions from the World Health Organization.
Provision of water and sanitation plays an essential role in protecting human health during all disease outbreaks, including the current Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak. Good and consistently applied water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practices, both in health-care settings and the community will further help to prevent human-to-human transmission of EVD and many other infectious diseases.
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Reported Cases and Population Density, as of October 13, 1014 (Full Size JPG)
Reported Ebola Cases as of October 13, 2014 – Liberia, County-level (Full-size image)
Transmission – County- level Liberia October 13, 2014 (Full-sized image)
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