Serra Leone's tirade against the Ebola virus is far from over as men and women continue to spell doom for themselves aboard the bus of lust and religion. Those surviving the infection have been issued advisories to avoid indulging in sex for about three months from their recovery. The virus is likely to remain in the semen of the men who manage to get over an attack.
Results of abstaining from sexual intercourse have been quite disturbing from both men and women. Both parties seem to have lost quite a bit to fear of infection from Ebola virus.
The nefarious being has already claimed the lives of 3,928 people from Sierra Leone, while it has managed to ring the death knoll for yet another 7,300 people across West Africa since it began showing its head in the later part of 2013.
The spread of Ebola virus is being facilitated by the tendency of healthy people to touch corpses of people who died because of an infection. They do so because they are obliged by religious rituals. Health officials including doctors and nurses working on cases of Ebola are being quarantined to prevent the spread of the disease.
Citizens of Liberia seem to have emerged victorious in their fight against the virus, while it continues to wreak havoc in countries like Guinea and Sierra Leone. Detailed statistics released by the WHO reveal eight cases of infection by the virus in Sierra Leone, while the studies revealed 12 new cases of Ebola in Guinea.
To prevent the virus from spreading, large gatherings have been banned. Places of social communion like theaters and restaurants have been closed for the time being.