Safe transport of suspected ebola patients

To prevent spreading of the virus, Ebola patients (and suspected cases) need to be transported in a safe way.

After transporting confirmed or suspected cases of Ebola, some steps need to be taken for disinfecting the vehicle used for the transport.

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