People walk under an Ebola's information board featuring Sierra Leone's president Ernest Bai Koroma on January 22, 2016 in a street of Freetown. / AFP / SIA-KAMBOU
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Only four people remained in quarantine in Sierra Leone on Wednesday after 55 others were declared free of the Ebola virus and released from hospital, officials and medical sources said.Sierra Leone was forced to re-open its Ebola treatment centers and relaunch screening systems, including checkpoints on motorways, late last month after two new cases of the tropical virus were confirmed.The remaining four people in quarantine were scheduled to be released on February 11 .There was a carnival atmosphere in the northern city of Magburaka on Wednesday where 33 people left two isolation facilities after being quarantined for three weeks.
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