Ebola: Life at Ground Zero

This aerial photo taken Friday, Nov. 14, 2014, shows Guinee Forestiere, the area some 400 miles (600 kms) south-east of Conakry, Guinea, believed to be Ebola’s ground zero. Since the second phase of the Ebola outbreak, when the World Health Organization and others became more involved in containing and preventing the disease spread, swarms of experts from epidemiologist, infectiologists, biologists joined health care workers and anthropologists. These were brought in for a different purpose: to understand and translate the behavior and beliefs of some of the local populations. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

This aerial photo taken Friday, Nov. 14, 2014, shows Guinee Forestiere, the area some 400 miles (600 kms) south-east of Conakry, Guinea, believed to be Ebola’s ground zero. Since the second phase of the Ebola outbreak, when the World Health Organization and others became more involved in containing and preventing the disease spread, swarms of experts from epidemiologist, infectiologists, biologists joined health care workers and anthropologists. These were brought in for a different purpose: to understand and translate the behavior and beliefs of some of the local populations. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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