Via allAfrica.com, a report in The New Dawn: Liberia: Red Cross Condemns Ebola Vaccine Claims. Excerpt:
The Liberian Red Cross says it is not providing vaccination to any Ebola patient, and terms as evil, the act of people wanting to use the institution's identity to carry out clandestine their deed. A Red Cross' statement dated July 17, 2014 says it has been speculated in some quarters that Red Cross' staffs are in communities vaccinating suspected or confirmed patients with the deadly Ebola virus.
Though the Red Cross did not identify those it says are carrying on the speculation, the clarity was however made about a day after government alarmed to the public last week that unknown inviduals posing as health workers were issuing fake Ebola vaccine in communities.
The Deputy Health Minister for Research Planning, Ms. Yah Zolia told UNMIL radio last Wednesday, July 16 that the Health Ministry was receiving reports of imposters offering Ebola vaccine in some communities. Ms. Zolia said one of her staff and the health promotion director at the ministry had informed her about imposters delivering what they claimed is an Ebola vaccine.
The deputy health minister additionally said she personally received two calls from Paynesville and one from Brewerville, of complaints that unidentified individuals posing as health workers were delivering the fake Ebola vaccine. She said the action by the alleged imposters is intended to create false hope within the public that there is a vaccine for Ebola, which she dismissed as unfounded.