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Medical Workers Dance to Celebrate Release of Sierra Leone's Last Ebola Patient

Sierra Leone entered a 42-day countdown on 25 August 2015 to being declared Ebola free after the country’s last known Ebola patient, Adama Sankoh, was released from hospital.

As of that day, the Ebola outbreak had killed 3,952 in the West African nation, according to the World Health Organisation.

Medical workers at the International Medical Corps treatment center in Makeni, the third largest city in Sierra Leone, danced and sang to mark the occasion. Watch the YouTube video above posted by the International Medical Corps showing the staff's celebrations.

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