The Ebola outbreak in West Africa was first reported in March 2014, and has rapidly become the deadliest occurrence of the disease since its discovery in 1976.
Liberia, is the worst-hit country of the Ebola outbreak with more than 2,500 deaths, reported that two-thirds of the 696 beds in the country's treatment centers were empty.
The Liberian government has recently instituted enhanced measures to combat the spread of Ebola, many of which will likely make travel to, from, and within the country difficult. The government has closed all borders except major entry points (Roberts International Airport, James Spriggs Payne Airport, Foya Crossing, Bo Waterside Crossing, and Ganta Crossing).
Furthermore the government has Instituted prevention and screening measures at entry points that remain open. This new travel policy will affect incoming and outgoing travelers. Also Instituted quarantine measures for communities heavily affected by Ebola; travel in and out of those communities will be restricted, and the military personnel will help enforce these and other prevention for the control measures.
With many strategies took in place to stop this epidemic, we still detected many cases of Ebola in the country which show that the battle is far from over.