A Deadly Chain: Tracing Ebola In A Sierra Leone Village

Adamsay Fofanah (center) lives in the village of Royail, which has been hit hard by the Ebola outbreak. Her mother died the day before, most likely of the virus.

 (NPR-News-November 17, 2014) It began with a little boy. A 4-year-old who was feeling sick. His family sent him to a neighboring village called Royail, where his grandmother lives, so she could care for him. Adamsay Fofanah (center) lives in the village of Royail, which has been hit hard by the Ebola outbreak. Her mother died the day before, most More...

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