WHO Cites Nigeria's Response to Halt Ebola as Blueprint

People walk past an information board on Ebola at a bus terminal in the Obalende district of Lagos, on Oct. 20, 2014. Africa’s most-populous nation was on Monday declared officially Ebola free.

Nigeria’s success in stopping Ebola shows how the virus can be stamped out and is a blueprint for other developing countries at risk of the disease, according to the World Health Organization.
The WHO declared Nigeria Ebola-free today after a six-week halt in new cases of the disease that killed seven people in Africa’s most-populous country.

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