A report by the World Health Organisation, WHO, says its doctor has again contracted the deadly Ebola virus. The doctor works in the Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone. Although the doctor is said to be in stable condition in Freetown, the report says he will be flown abroad shortly. The Ebola treatment centre is located in the Kenema Government Hospital and is strictly being managed by the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation. According to WHO, 3,944 cases of the virus were recorded in September, out of which 2,097 have died. Meanwhile, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairwoman of African Union, Monday, called for more support and solidarity from fellow African countries. She also warned against stigmatisation of victims, communities, and countries.