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NHS medics train to tackle to Ebola in Sierra Leone Image by DFID – UK Department for International Development Doctors, nurses and medics from across the UK’s National Health Service are joining Britain’s fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone. The NHS volunteers have spent 9 days training at the Army Medical Services Training Centre, at Strensall near York in preparation. The facility is a replica of a Sierra Leone Ebola treatment centre. More than 30 NHS staff will make up the first group of volunteers to be deployed by the UK government. The group – which includes GPs, nurses, clinicians,


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