101880839-liberia-volunteers-ebola.530x298The US government will in October start training doctors and nurses planning to volunteer in the fight against the Ebola virus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says.

The three-day courses, provided by Doctors Without Borders between October 5 and January 4, are intended to help volunteers “work safely and efficiently” upon arrival in West Africa.

President Barack Obama plans to visit CDC operations on Tuesday to throw a spotlight on US efforts to combat the outbreak.

GNA

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