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he latest Liberia situation report from Ministry of Health and Social Welfare sitrep, stats for your FB consumption by the iLab_Liberia team. 

These regular updates from our team are in no way to make you panic but to keep you reminded that Ebola is real and there's a need to stay safe.

Statistic of Cumulative Ebola Disease Outbreak in Liberia Report #125 as of September 17, 2014. Source: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
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Watch new video about contact tracing & how it is the key to stopping #Ebola outbreak in W. Africa & saving lives. http://bit.ly/1qLgsDZ
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Ebola is real. Together, we can stop the spread. You can survive Ebola. PROTECT YOURSELF. PROTECT YOUR FAMILY. PROTECT YOUR COMMUNITY.

Follow the preventive measures provided by the Ministry of Health, Health care workers and aid workers. Please stay safe. iLab cares.
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The latest Liberia situation report from Ministry of Health and Social Welfare sitrep, stats for your FB consumption by the iLab_Liberia team. 
These regular updates from our team are in no way to make you panic but to keep you reminded that Ebola is real and there's a need to stay safe.

Statistic of Cumulative Ebola Disease Outbreak in Liberia Report #115 as of September 7, 2014. Source: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
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Hey friends of iLabLiberia. As we kick off the new week, we want you to keep reminded of the signs and symptoms of deadly Ebola virus disease. Call 4455 to report a suspected #Ebola case. Ebola is real. Together we can stop the spread. STAY SAFE!
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iLab Liberia #Ebola task force in gets briefing from the Ebola dispatch team's head. We are dedicated to helping the people of Liberia through technological means in order for the necessary support and assistance to go where its most needed.
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The latest Liberia situation report from Ministry of Health and Social Welfare sitrep, patched for your FB consumption by the iLab_Liberia team.
Deaths in confirmed cases of #Ebola virus disease as of August 19 2014. Source: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare situation report #96 as of August 19.
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The latest Liberia situation report from Ministry of Health and Social Welfare sitrep, patched for your FB consumption by the iLab_Liberia team.
Deaths in confirmed cases of #Ebola virus disease as of August 17 2014. Source: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare situation report #94 as of August 17.
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Dear friends of the iLab,

I am sure we are all aware of the emergency situation getting more and more serious - and are all gravely concerned. Please read through this message.

iLab limiting its activities

For the safety of iLab staff and iLab users (and in reference to the government's regulations on public gatherings), we are sorry to inform you that all our public events are cancelled or postponed until further notice. Your health is more important!

We are currently still operating, but taking a number of precautions to ensure the safety of everyone. We continually seek the advice of various Liberian and international authorities and act accordingly.

We are also prioritizing the use of ICTs for the fight against Ebola in various ways.

What you can do to help in your community

ACT POSITIVELY!

STAY SAFE – wash your hands, do not touch sick or dead people

DON'T PANIC – act with concern and safety, do not spread information that you do not know for sure

LISTEN TO THE RADIO - constantly

GET THE ESSENTIAL NUMBERS ON PAPER! – health facilities, police, family

RESPECT – health workers, those who are sick, authorities – and your fellow human beings!

Numbers to calls for help or questions relating to Ebola

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare: 1333 (LoneStar) or 4455 (Cellcom)

UNICEF: 0886-520581 or 0886-374733

Radio Stations

UNMIL Radio - 91.5 FM

Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) - 99.9 FM

Voice FM - 102.7 FM

We will be posting announcements, sending SMS’s to our user base and doing other things.

STAY SAFE!

The iLab team
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Hi iLabbers! As the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf mentioned at a Press Conference last week at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare Press "This is not the time for denial; this Ebola issue is true and we all have to fight it together.” She challenged all everyone to take the lead in informing their communities about preventive measures; terming the outbreak as serious and suggested that everyone gets involved. 

In order to adhere to the government's regulations on public gatherings, we are sorry to inform you that our Mid-Year Feedback Forum slated for Friday, August 1, 2014 has been cancelled until further notice. 

PROTECT YOUR YOURSELF
PROTECT YOUR FAMILY
PROTECT YOUR COMMUNITY
From the Ebola Virus

Call 1333 or 44 (Ministry of Health & Social Welfare or 0886520581 or 0886374733 (UNICEF) for help or questions relating to Ebola.

Stay Safe...
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