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All posts tagged: Ebola 2014

What is a hospital ship?

Posted by: Roger PooleWed, 24 Dec 2014

The Royal Fleet Auxiliary Argus, a ship that has been helping with the Ebola crisis in west Africa, is equipped with a 100-bed medical complex, but it cannot be classified as a hospital ship. Roger Poole explains.

Finger snap silenced by Ebola

Posted by: Roger PooleTue, 14 Oct 2014

People in Liberia have been advised not to shake hands in the traditional manner because of fears that this may spread the Ebola virus, writes Roger Poole.

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