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Sierra Leone officially declared Ebola-free by WHO, jubilations in Freetown
The World Health Organization has declared Sierra Leone Ebola free.
The announcement has sparked jubilations in the country, even as the capital, Freetown has transformed into a carnival site of sorts since Friday night.
The social media platform is also abuzz with jubilation, as ecstatic crowds flock to the streets of Freetown in an emotional outpouring of relief, joy and happiness.
About 4,000 Sierra Leoneans were killed by the dreaded Ebola virus.
Proceedings at the packed Bintumani Conf Center where ceremony ending #Ebola outbreak is underway in #SierraLeone pic.twitter.com/fQX1rpTakz— WHO Sierra Leone (@WHOSierraLeone) November 7, 2015
In the last couple of minutes the @WHO director in Sierra Leone has declared the Ebola outbreak officially over here.— UNICEF Sierra Leone (@UNICEFSL) November 7, 2015
"10, 9, 8, 7..." The moment Sierra Leone was officially declared free from Ebola: https://t.co/NWYdcO7wek pic.twitter.com/DXL4gyKZgf— BBC Radio 4 Today (@BBCr4today) November 7, 2015
Watch the moment Ebola survivor Dr Ian Crozier is reunited with volunteer Sierra Leone nurse https://t.co/1VlCdijlAI pic.twitter.com/Kds3sdkWQ0— BBC Radio 5 live (@bbc5live) November 5, 2015
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