Sierra Leone Ebola curfew causes food shortages

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In Sierra Leone, a three-day nationwide shutdown has come into effect, to help stop the spread of the Ebola virus.

Travel restrictions have been hitting traders and farmers especially hard.

An Al Jazeera team has been in Kailahun district, in Eastern Sierra Leone, to see the effect of the outbreak.

Al Jazeera’s Tarek Bazley reports.

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thettin684 says:

I was just listening to the video and then i was like how the hell Samuel Jackson is in this video? :D

kpzcbttp says:

Hell mend them for eating bush meat in the first place.

just1fix2004 says:

Look at all that food in storage, is the UN's food program actually getting to the people

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