A poster warns of the dangers of the Ebola virus in Abidjan. AFP PHOTO / SIA KAMBOU
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A British health care worker who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone – the first Briton to catch the deadly virus – was flown home for treatment on Sunday, as the World Health Organization confirmed another foreign medic had caught the disease.The World Health Organization said one of its health care workers had tested positive for Ebola for the first time in Sierra Leone.The WHO has deployed nearly 400 people from its own staff and partner organizations since the outbreak was detected in March deep in the forest region of southeast Guinea.In the past six months, more than 225 health workers have fallen ill and nearly 130 have lost their lives to the disease, the WHO said.
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