Focus on Sierra Leone: Ebola survivors now facing discrimination

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It’s been four years since the first patient died in an Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone. More than 11 thousand people died in the following months – mostly in West Africa. And as Caitlin McGee reports from Sierra Leone’s capital, many survivors have found that the battle still isn’t over.


Blanketed Page says:

The Ebola virus was Africa's Bubonic Plague and though nearly gone there is still psychological effects. The fact is entire families are wiped out due to viruses and it is even more sad when the remaining survivors are ostracized from help. I think it is amazing that these people are recovering from such scaring events and whats even more amazing is the people willing to help (thank you).

NNA S says:

Education is important.

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