Health officials are heading directly to Guinea’s southeast region on Tuesday, after a special plane with 11,000 doses of Ebola vaccine landed late Monday night.
The vaccines were originally slated to leave for Guinea on Saturday, but delays due to a dust storm prevented the plane from landing.
Health officials are racing against time in order to get a number of the vaccines to the southeastern region that borders Liberia, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire after a new Ebola outbreak was declared one…
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