BBC 22 September 2014 Last updated at 14:11 ET
A three-day curfew aimed at containing the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone has been declared a success by authorities.
They say more than a million households were surveyed and 130 new cases discovered.
Sierra Leone is one of the countries worst affected by the outbreak, with nearly 600 of the almost 2,800 total deaths recorded so far.
Some health groups have criticised the lockdown, saying it would destroy trust between patients and doctors.
Nearly all of the deaths in the world's worst Ebola outbreak have been recorded in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says the situations in Senegal and Nigeria have now been "pretty much contained".
According to the UN agency, the number of overall deaths from Ebola has risen to 2,793 and the disease remains "a public health emergency of international concern".
The deadly virus is transmitted through sweat, blood and saliva, and there is no proven cure.
A Spanish priest who contracted the virus whilst working in Sierra Leone was flown back to Spain for treatment
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