"It is simply unacceptable that, five months after the declaration of this Ebola outbreak, serious discussions are only starting now about international leadership and coordination. They can do more, so why don't they?" – Brice dele Vingne, Director of Operations at Doctors Without Borders
“Although ZMapp has been administered in several human cases of this outbreak, there is not enough data to know whether or not it is efficacious...” – Scientist Jonathan Lai, Albert ,Associate Professor, Einstein College of Medicine
“The situation with Ebola in Liberia today, is dire. There is need for urgent action. The world has never seen an outbreak of Ebola like this. It is going to get worse, before it gets better.” - Dr. Tom Frieden, Director, Centers for Disease Control
Armed Forces of Liberia Commanding Officer, Captain Dionysius Quiah led his men to enforce the quarantine of the West Point area, prepared for any eventuality; but little did they know what lay ahead or the measures they would have to take to keep the locals at bay.
In 1995, in a city of 400,000 people some 450 miles outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, there has been an Ebola outbreak never before seen since the first Ebola outbreak in that country in 1976.