The world health organization (who) on Wednesday said that the Ebola deaths in west Africa has reached 8000 out of total 20,206 suspected, probable and confirmed cases.
The international organization has released its new figures on Wednesday as the year that experienced worst Ebola outbreak just ended. Medical experts say that this worst outbreak that started in 2014 shall end up till the end of 2015.
WHO said in a news release that signs have emerged that shows that virus transmission have slowed down in Sierra Leone but the western part is still experiencing intense effects of the virus. Sierra Leone currently has 9,446 cases with 2,758 recorded deaths.
Decline in cases have been observed in Liberia have been observed with 8,018 cases and 3,423 recorded deaths.
Guinea has been observed with fluctuating transmission rates. Guinea has recorded 2,707 cases and 1,709 deaths.
Other nations with at least single Ebola case diagnosed were recorded to be UK, USA Nigeria, Mali, Senegal and Spain.