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Ebola outbreak: British-run clinic in Sierra Leone 'half empty'

A month after it opened, a British-run Ebola clinic in Sierra Leone remains less than a quarter full. Save the Children, which runs it, insists the beds will be filled but says it has to ensure safety standards are maintained.

The death toll from Ebola has now reached nearly 7,000 across West Africa, with a total of more than 16,000 people diagnosed since the first case was confirmed in Guinea in March.

The BBC reported exclusively from the clinic in Kerry Town when it first opened, and Africa Correspondent Andrew Harding has been back to look at the progress.

  • 30 Nov 2014
  • From the section Africa
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