DRY CHLORINE BUCKET

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Date

2014 - 2016

Description

A bucket where dry chlorine granules were diluted with water to make a chlorine disinfectant solution that was used to clean surfaces and wash hands and feet to prevent the spread of the virus during the Ebola epidemic. This bucket was used to wash down tools and ambulances by the National Cemetery Burial Team in Libera.

Source

United States Department of Health and Human Services [HHS], Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] with the Ministry of Health in Liberia.

Citation

“DRY CHLORINE BUCKET,” The Global Health Chronicles, accessed August 13, 2022, https://globalhealthchronicles.org/items/show/8293.