A village in Magibi has been quarantined for 20 days by the County Health Team. Sisco Village is located in Konoquelleh Clan in Cinta Township, Margibi County.
According to a document from the office of Cinta Township Commissioner William Borbor Sackie Julye, bearing the names and number of people, the villagers bodily associated with the corpse of the wife of the late Sisco, reportedly killed by the deadly Ebola virus disease on September 19.
The commissioner, who disclosed the information from a member of the surveillance or tracing team in the clan only identified as Tengbeh, told our Margibi County Correspondent at his Weala Office that since the placement of the 15 people under 20 days of surveillance, many have and continue to show signs and symptoms of the deadly Ebola virus.
According to him, on September 22, 2104, two of the 15 people were initially ill, but the other was now recovering. Saso Village, which hosts about 15 residents, was Quarantined on September 19, 2014 up to October 9, 2014.