Liberia’s Burial Teams Face Ebola Epidemic

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Ebola is most contagious in the body of a recently deceased victim – and Liberia’s tradition of hands-on burial has exacerbated the epidemic. Burial teams now don biohazard suits to remove corpses, but they’re struggling to keep up.

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