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World Bank to allocate $200 million for ebola-affected West African countries

World Bank to allocate $200 million for ebola-affected West African countries

The World Bank announced that it is allocating 200 million dollars in emergency assistance for West African countries - Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone - struggling with ebola outbreak.

The purpose of this funding is to support national health institutions so they could deal more effectivelly with the deadly virus.

It is reminded that according to World Health HO the number of people killed in this outbreak is approaching 900 with more than 1600 infected.

Meanwhile, the US is preparing to receive its second ebola-infected patient, an American missionary who is currently being transferred from Liberia.

Source: ABC News