Authorities of Dallas finally took a deep breath of relief as nobody got marked off for suffering from the dreadful Ebola disease. Amber Vinson, the nurse who was in the uncertainty of suffering from Ebola is now reported negative of the virusand is currently free. In the event of her releasing on November 7th from the Texas Heath Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, she got a kiss and a hug from George W. Bush, the former President of the United States. George W. Bush was at the hospital to acknowledging late September as the end of an epidemic which was devastatingly known as Ebola and will remain as a dark history in the minds of people. According to the officials of Dallas, it is a great relief as nobody has been found to be suffered from the lethal disease of Ebola. Instead of this, the officials are very concerned to the affected people who are still sick in the infected zones of West Africa.
Executive Director of Restore Hope, Cindy Wiles stated that they are a global community and they will stay focused in the combat of defeating Ebola worldwide. Until it is completely resolved they will provide their optimum help to the infected people essentially for the people of Sierra Leone. Restore Hope is a Non-profit organizational Ministry established in Arlington which organized an event of assistance by contributing 10,000 meal boxes for the people of Sierra Leone.Sierra Leone is the region which is the most suffered area in West Africa, above 5,000 people got killed by the ravage of Ebola.
Apart from all of these, WHO (World Health Organization) have released the overall destruction and an estimation related to the deaths as well as diseased people in Sierra Leone, Guinea along with the loss in Liberia. According to the estimate, approximately 5,000 people are dead and over 13,000 are infected by Ebola. But, these are official records and the actual figures are quite disturbing.