STARVING! Thousands Break Ebola Quarantine To Find Food In Sierra Leone!

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In Sierra Leone people are hungry. Large swathes of land have been sealed off in an attempt to prevent the spread of Ebola. People have been ordered to stay in their homes within the quarantine zones. Hundreds if not thousands of people are now violating those orders in order to search for food. Promised deliveries have failed to arrive and the people are getting more desperate as time goes on.

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From Breitbart:

When houses are put under quarantine, teams are supposed to go to them to identify their needs, she said: How many people are living there? Are there pregnant women or sick people with special needs? But Kamara said that with the infections still increasing quickly, it was difficult for the government to keep up with the number of people being monitored for the disease.

The outbreak in Sierra Leone has been shifting in recent weeks, with the number of new cases ballooning in the country’s western and northern districts, far from where the outbreak began, in the country’s east.

In October, the World Food Program fed more than 450,000 people in Sierra Leone, including people who are under quarantine or being treated for Ebola, said Alexis Masciarelli, a spokesman for the agency in Dakar, Senegal. The distribution of food has been difficult, he said, since it has required bringing food to remote areas by poor roads. He acknowledged that getting good information about where people need help is difficult, but he said WFP asks smaller organizations, with deep connections to the communities, to help them keep track of a fast-moving situation.

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