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Chinese medical team returns from Ebola-hit Liberia


BEIJING – The Chinese government on Monday in Beijing announced the arrival of its medical team sent to Ebola-hit Liberia, after completing 2-months relief mission.

The government said the medical team, the third to be sent to the African country, comprised of 42 medical personnel drawn from the General Hospital of Beijing Military Region and People’s Liberation Army.
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The National Health and Family Planning Commission, said the government had sent 370 medical workers to Liberia following the outbreak of the Ebola epidemic since March, 2014.

The World Health Organisation declared Liberia free of the epidemic on May 9 which had killed thousands of people. (Xinhua/NAN)

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