Two food trucks with provisions for thousands of families stuck went into quarantine areas as the country battles to control an Ebola epidemic that has so far claimed over 1,200 people in the region.
As part of the increased international response, the World Food Programme is stepping up emergency food deliveries to the quarantined areas, which include severely affected regions such as Bomi and Foya in Liberia.
Etienne Christopher Saint-Jean, the WFP national logistics officer, said: "The operation had been quite intense, and we intend to scale up when the need arises."
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