A hospital recovers from Ebola in Liberia

A team of technicians getting ready to handle a sample for Ebola testing in Liberia. Photo: UNMEER (file)/Martine Perret

One of the casualties of the Ebola in Liberia has been its health care infrastructure, including its second largest referral hospital.

Liberia is one of the three West African countries that have been hardest hit by Ebola which has claimed over 9,300 lives in the region.

Redemption Hospital, located in a town just outside the capital Monrovia, has survived the Ebola crisis, despite the loss of some of its staff to the disease, as Lisa White  reports.

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