Health workers battling the Ebola outbreak at a major state run treatment centre in Sierra Leone have gone on strike over pay and working conditions.
Ishmael Mehemoh, chief supervisor at the clinic in the city of Kenema, in the country's east said: "The workers decided to stop working because we have not been paid our allowances and we lack some tools."
He added that clothing to protect health workers being infected is inadequate and there is only one broken stretcher which is used to carry both patients and corpses.
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