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Mauritius: WHO validates the national plan for the prevention of the authorities against haemorrhagic fever Ebola

The Kenyan expert from the World Health Organisation, Dr. Wilson Gachar, sent to Mauritius after mid-August at the request of the Mauritian authorities, said the last week of being satisfied with the measures taken locally against the possibility of a spread of the haemorrhagic fever Ebola which hit hard the West African.
The national prevention plan that strengthens the health monitoring of entries at the airport as well as within the port and put infrastructure in place under the authority of the office of the Prime Minister has been validated by the expert from the WHO, according to the Le Mauricien newspaper.
As a reminder, Mauritius has already received 4,000 protective equipment body for hospital staff who would be in charge of possible suspects.
Two rooms of insulation at Souillac Hospital have already also been constructed to accommodate infected patients and who would be placed under quarantine.

Fabrice François

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