The company, which mines rutile in the south west of Sierra Leone,
said export of products to customers would not be affected and that
essential services such as the power plant and a health clinic would
continue to operate as normal.
The West African country will restrict residents to the areas around
their homes for three days from September 19 in a bid to halt new
infections and help health workers track down people suffering from
Ebola, a contagious, haemorrhagic fever was first discovered in
eastern Guinea in March and has since killed more than 2,400 people,
mostly in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, making it the worst
Ebola outbreak the world has seen.
(Reporting by Karen Rebelo in Bangalore; Editing by Gopakumar
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