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Health care workers learn how to properly dispose of



Health care workers learn how to properly dispose of the remains of a simulated patient who died from Ebola in Buchanan City, Nov. 21, 2014. Joint Forces Command – United Assistance mobile training team trains local health care workers on how to properly manage an Ebola treatment unit. Operation United Assistance is a Department of Defense operation in Liberia to provide logistics, training and engineering support to U.S. Agency for International Development-led efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in western Africa. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Terrance D. Rhodes, Joint Forces Command – United Assistance Public Affairs/RELEASED)





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