" Konig claimed that the camp would cost about 40 million SEK ($570,000) and was expecting to split the bill with other countries."
Stockholm, Sep 4 - Sweden is sending experts to Liberia to provide assistance to help combat Ebola outbreak in the country.

According to health officials, the experts plan to build a camp for the medical staff there, Xinhua reported.

We are sending the staff to Liberia by the end of this week. They will check the conditions for building a camp for 100-200 people, said Emilio Konig from the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.

Konig claimed that the camp would cost about 40 million SEK ($570,000) and was expecting to split the bill with other countries.

According to a Swedish doctor, the camp will give the medical staff a good control over the hygiene conditions.


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