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Connect_Ebola   Following the first case of Ebola in Lagos, Nigeria, the minister of FCT, Senator Bala Mohammed, has created a 25-man committee to work out modalities for responding to the threat of the Ebola virus and to create awareness on the nature and symptoms of the virus in Abuja. This was made known during a high-powered stakeholder’s interactive forum in Abuja, on Monday. He said a ward would be designated in the hospital where the people could be quarantined and be on surveillance, among others. He said that adequate infrastructure and equipment would be put in place to manage affected persons and guard against the spread of the virus. He therefore, advised the six area council chairmen to sensitise their people on routine cleaning and disinfecting their hands at all times.

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This article was first published on 12th August 2014

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  • Creating a committee shows proactive measures but implementing rapid response actions is crucial. Establishing awareness and quarantine protocols can aid in containing the spread effectively.
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