(FILES) This file photo taken on February 23, 2015 shows a man walking past an ebola campaign banner with the new slogan "Ebola Must GO" in Monrovia on February 23, 2015. / AFP / ZOOM DOSSO
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Liberia's health ministry said Thursday the country was free of Ebola, meaning there are now no known cases of the deadly tropical virus left in west Africa.Liberia was the country worst hit by the outbreak that began in neighboring Guinea in December 2013, with more than 4,800 Liberians killed by the virus.Liberia was until now monitoring for new cases after a woman died of Ebola in the capital of Monrovia on March 31 after arriving from Guinea.In all, the virus affected 10 countries, including the United States and Spain, with more than 28,000 cases reported.The Liberian health ministry called on people to remain vigilant in order to avoid another outbreak in the future.
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