Sierra Leone Orphanage Quarantined Due To Ebola Crises

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An orphanage run by a UK charity in Sierra Leone has been quarantined after one of its local staff was diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus.
Augustine Baker is said to be in a stable condition at a local treatment centre after becoming ill last week.
St George Foundation orphanage co-founder Philip Dean told
the BBC that 33 children and seven staff were now in isolation. Ebola has killed
more than 9,500 people in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea

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