Friday, 19 September 2014

Ebola Aftermath: Lagos State Government Sets To Amend Public Health Law

The Governor of Lagos State, Babtunde Fashola says plans are underway to amend the state’s public health law to make more room for funding emergencies.

He announced this today when he visited the First Consultant Medical Centre, Obalende, where the Liberian man, Patrick Sawyer who brought Ebola into Nigeria died.

Governor Fashola said the hospital equipment destroyed during decontamination of the facility would be replaced.

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