Liberia, the last country affected by the deadly Ebola virus will be declared free of the disease today. This will be the fourth time the West African country has been declared free of the disease by the World Health Organization (WHO).
It has passed the required 42 days since tests showed the last infected person no longer had the virus.
"Liberia is again free of Ebola. We have just ended the incubation period following the last case," Sorbor George, chief of communication at the ministry of Health said.