SIERRA LEONE: Ebola lockdown ends, rush to set up clinics

Sierra Leone's health ministry says it has ended a 3-day lockdown aimed at stemming the Ebola epidemic. It says teams briefed more than one million households and buried scores of bodies to slow further contagion. Frustrated Sierra Leoneans were on Monday more free to move after 6 million residents spent the weekend indoors under curfew. The ministry said 75 percent of households had been contacted by outreach teams, who would continue health education efforts in "hot spots." READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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