Monrovia (AFP) - Three new cases of the deadly Ebola virus have been confirmed in Liberia, the country's health ministry and World Health Organization said Friday, after the nation was declared Ebola free in September.
An official in the West Africa country that has been devastated by the worst ever outbreak of the virus urged calm, insisting that health workers had the means to contain the latest outbreak.
"We are calling on the population not to panic because we have people capable of putting the situation under control," health ministry spokesman Sorbor George told reporters.
"Let everyone take the necessary measures to prevent the virus from spreading," he added.
WHO said the first confirmed case in the new outbreak was a 10-year-old boy who fell sick on November 14 and was hospitalised in the capital Monrovia three days later.
The other two patients are related to the boy.
- Investigation ongoing -
my guess is they are like me, looking for a blockbuster one day. paring down such a small position from 160k to 94k is really small and almost not worth the effort, imo. it's only $70k, right? no doubt they could've made a profit, but it would be a small one with so few shares. for me, it's a hedge against big tobacco and worldwide health concerns about future health care costs, and nothing more. as I've mentioned over there, the patent portfolio is what I invested in. good luck.
as such, I look for HCN, HR, or other larger REIT to buy them out. leases are established, rents are attractive, and operators are in place, providing operating stability. time is on our side; meanwhile, we get strong divvy. anyone know if there is still a moratorium in GA on SNF beds? other states where ADK owns? thanks.
increasing divvy and dropping price = higher yield. I will buy anywhere under $3, without hesitation, with McBride & Co in control.
PFE should've bought it years ago to dominate ED...now that it looks as if they may abandon Allergen deal (huge break-up fee), would VVUS be not the short list?
you should abandon the green slopes and venture into something more challenging...even intermediates...you will feel less like jelly and more like World's Strongest Man if you step it up a bit.
not necessary...and has nothing to do with "intel", bob...haven't visited the board recently, so I wanted to know if I had missed anything. try to stay on topic.