Thursday, 7 August 2014
Graphic photos! Relatives of Ebola victims in Liberia have started dumping the bodies of their loved ones on the streets
tough measures to contain the disease, including shutting
schools, imposing quarantines on victim's homes and
tracking their friends and relatives.
Today, Information Minister, Lewis Brown, said locals had
started dragging their loved ones' bodies onto the streets
out of fear that the new government regulations would risk
their own health.
With less than half of those infected surviving the disease,
many Africans regard Ebola isolation wards as death traps,
'They are therefore removing the bodies from their homes
and are putting them out in the street,' Mr Brown told