Helping treat Ebola in Sierra Leone

//Helping treat Ebola in Sierra Leone

Helping treat Ebola in Sierra Leone

By | 2015-01-09T09:20:01+00:00 January 9th, 2015|Health|0 Comments

Helping treat Ebola in Sierra Leone

09 January 2015 , 6:22 PM by Sky Kirkham

Would you risk your own life to save someone else’s?

Since the Ebola outbreak began in West Africa early last year, it’s had tragic consequences, with over 8000 deaths reported, including hundreds of medical workers.

Despite this, doctors and nurses from around the world continue to volunteer to travel to the region, to provide help.

Tracy Zordan is an Aid Worker and Nurse with the Red Cross, who has just completed a 21-day isolation period at home in Brisbane after arriving back from Sierra Leone.


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