23 October 2014

Two South African doctors have left South Africa for Sierra Leone, where they will treat patients with Ebola... A week ago doctors Stefan Kruger and Juli Switala spoke about their experiences treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone with a non-government health organisation... The South African doctors trained locally and now work for the international organisation Doctors Without Borders... Dr Stefan Kruger arrived in Sierra Leone last week, following a press conference in Johannesburg... He has returned to a treatment centre in Kailahun, which is in the East of the country... His colleague Dr Switala is en route to Lungi International Airport outside Freetown via Amsterdam in The Netherlands.

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