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What Is Ebola? The definitive collection of quotes about the lethal epidemic, specially curated into a scrolling feed. Lyrrkl flow by Ben Arogundade.

LESLIE LOBEL, Virologist And Physician
We thought we conquered all infectious diseases 40 years ago, and we’ve been asleep.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine, Oct. 17, 2014.

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PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
In early September 1976, Mabalo Lokela, the headmaster of the local school, had died with a high fever, intractable diarrhoea and bleeding. His death sent a shockwave through the small mission community. Soon the hospital was full of patients with a similar illness and nearly all died within a week. This was the beginning of the first known outbreak of Ebola.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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TULIP MAZUMDAR, Journalist And Broadcaster
Guinea is where the [latest] outbreak started. A two-year-old boy called Emile, now known as patient zero, was the first person to become infected. He died last December but it wasn't until March that experts realised what had happened and declared an outbreak.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC World, Nov. 23, 2014.

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DAVID VON DREHLE, Journalist
The fear of contagion has already spread.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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VIVIENNE WALT, Journalist
Ebola struck in three near destitute countries, two of them struggling to recover from years of brutal civil war, at a time when the very people tasked with preventing disease epidemics had cut crucial staff and funds.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine, Nov. 10, 2014.

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FRIDAY KIYEE, Red Cross Supervisor
We are the Red Cross body management team. Our job is to pick up dead bodies.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
On Aug. 12 the government announced a national ambulance hotline that Liberians could call to request safe transfer of patients suspected of having Ebola to designated treatment centers. But the hotline was quickly overwhelmed with calls — some 2,000 a day…there were only six government ambulances to answer those calls.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
It [Ebola] is another illustration of how animal viruses can cause infections and even epidemics in humans (both HIV and influenza come from animals).
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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NEW YORK TIMES
Scientists now believe that bats are the natural reservoir for the virus, and that apes and humans catch it from eating food that bats have drooled or defecated on, or by coming in contact with surfaces covered in infected bat droppings and then touching their eyes or mouths.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The New York Times', Nov. 21, 2014.

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World Health Organisation (WHO)
Men should wear condoms during sexual contact for at least 3 months after recovery from Ebola.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'W.H.O.'

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
Humans are an accidental host, as a virus that kills its host in a couple of weeks could not survive in nature.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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JEFFREY KLUGER, Journalist
It’s Ebola that knocked us silly. Contagion has a way of doing that. The enemy is not just among us; it’s potentially invisibly within us — the most primal violation of all.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 20, 2014.

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
Approximately one week after infection, patients develop severe fever, diarrhoea and vomiting. They then start bleeding and are affected by “disseminated intravascular coagulation”, whereby small blood clots develop in the body’s blood vessels, ultimately resulting in generalised organ failure, shock and death one week after the onset of symptoms.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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JEFFREY KLUGER, Journalist
Misinformation spreads through societies in much the same way diseases do.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 20, 2014.

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World Health Organisation (WHO)
You cannot get (infected with) Ebola by talking to people, walking in the street, or shopping in the market.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'W.H.O.'

ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Ebola is spreading [In Monrovia, Liberia] through contact with infected bodily fluids, and in a society habituated to close physical proximity, no one shakes hands anymore. On Sundays churchgoers don’t sit so tightly together on the pews. Sports are discouraged. The city’s air is heavy with the antiseptic stench of chlorine disinfectant.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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JEFFREY KLUGER, Journalist
Employees at a day-care center on New York’s Staten Island have begun wearing latex gloves because many of the students are members of a Liberian community.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 20, 2014.

TOM FRIEDEN, Director, US Center For Disease Control (CDC)
For the healthcare workers who are caring for people with Ebola, we want them to be scared…We want to channel that fear into being incredibly meticulous about infection control.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The Center For Disease Control CDC, Oct. 05, 2014.

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FRANCIS BOYLE, Professor Of International Law, Illinois
CDC has a long history of doing bio-warfare work. I have them doing bio-warfare work for the Pentagon in Sierra Leone as early 1988.
Ebola Quote From Washingtonsblog.com, Oct. 23, 2014.

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NEW YORK TIMES
About 200,000 people are having problems getting food because of problems caused by the Ebola outbreak.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The New York Times', Nov. 21, 2014.

JEFFREY E. STERN, Journalist
Many people had simply stopped cooperating with health workers. They had gone to ground and taken Ebola with them.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Vanity Fair' Magazine', Oct. 2014.

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MARGARET CHAN, Director General, World Health Organisation (WHO)
Ebola is important, but there are other important issues, like tobacco control.
What Is Ebola? Quote From Convention On Tobacco Control, Oct. 14, 2014.

LT. MARTIN TEJAN, Sierra Leone Army
Some people try and hide their sickness…some are trying to escape the city to go to their families to use traditional healers instead of going to medical centres here.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC World, Nov. 23, 2014.

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DAVID VON DREHLE, Journalist
Quack cures, rumors and conspiracy theories have also run rampant in the crowded cities of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

VIVIENNE WALT, Journalist
WHO laid off 1,000 staff members in 2010 — including some of the same people who might have helped stop Ebola from spreading — and halved its budget for outbreak and response to a meagre $114 million this year.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine, Nov. 10, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Compared with the hundreds of thousands of people who die from HIV/AIDS or tuberculosis in the developing world each year, Ebola’s toll so far is small. But it’s what could happen next that has public health advocates and governments around the world so scared.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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MICHAEL T. OSTERHOLM, Director, Center For Infectious Disease Research
We have to remember that Ebola isn’t West Africa’s only problem. Tens of thousands die there each year from diseases like AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea have among the highest maternal mortality rates in the world.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The New York Times, Sept. 11, 2014.

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WILL POOLEY, Nurse
We’re averaging eight to 10 corpses a day, some of them dead on arrival; there’s a dead body every hour or two.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The Guardian', Nov. 11, 2014.

BBC NEWS AFRICA
Burial workers in the Sierra Leonean city of Kenema have dumped bodies in public in protest at non-payment of allowances for handling Ebola victims. The workers, who went on strike over the issue, left 15 bodies abandoned at the city's main hospital.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Nov. 25, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Every corpse is bundled into a body bag, hauled onto the back of a Red Cross pick up and transported, sirens screaming, to a crematorium far outside town. There the dead, unmarked and unmourned, are burned in huge funeral pyres each night, the smoke going unseen into the dark.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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DAVID VON DREHLE, Journalist
In Liberia, where the disease is hottest, corpse-disposal teams are reportedly accepting bribes to permit families to bury their dead in traditional ceremonies — a common route of transmission for the epidemic.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 17, 2014.

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
They broke down, holding each other and clinging to my arms, crying. We could see the terror in their faces as they were convinced they too would soon die, just like four of their colleagues and a priest who had all succumbed to the Ebola virus in the course of a few weeks.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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DAVID VON DREHLE, Journalist
The spectre of racial profiling looms as travellers to and from Africa come under increasing medical suspicion.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 17, 2014.

MICHAEL T. OSTERHOLM, Director, Center For Infectious Disease Research
The second possibility is one that virologists are loath to discuss openly but are definitely considering in private: that an Ebola virus could mutate to become transmissible through the air.
What Is Ebola? Quote From New York Times, Sept. 11, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Ebola treatment centers require an average of four highly trained staff members per patient — from a constantly rotating roster of doctors and nurses to disinfectant teams and janitors.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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DAVID VON DREHLE, Journalist
There is a tipping point in all epidemics, when the number of infected patients becomes so large that no army of health care workers is big enough to draw protective rings around every cluster of patients, friends and family.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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DONALD G. MCNEIL, Science Journalist
American military helicopters ferrying doctors to remote areas were forbidden to fly back not only patients but even blood samples; recently samples from a village had to be walked to a road four hours away.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'New York Times', Nov.19, 2014.

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
In principle it is very easy to contain an Ebola outbreak: with gloves, hand-washing, safe injection practices, isolation of patients, safe and rapid discarding of the corpses of those killed by Ebola, and tracing of contacts and subsequent observation for a few weeks. In reality, the health infrastructure where Ebola strikes is usually very poor.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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NEW YORK TIMES
The W.H.O. said that the high rates of infection among medical workers could be attributed to shortages or improper use of protective equipment; not enough medical personnel; and long working hours in isolation wards.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'New York Times', Nov. 21, 2014.

TULIP MAZUMDAR, Journalist And Broadcaster
There are posters with warnings dotted everywhere. "ABC - Avoid Body Contact" proclaims one.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC World, Nov. 23, 2014.

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MIRREN GIDDA, Journalist And Broadcaster
A crowd attacked an Ebola survivor in the New Matadi community in Liberia's capital, Monrovia.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Oct. 16, 2014.

MARIATU KAGBO, Red Cross Volunteer, Burial Team
When it's a woman that dies, I cover her to give her some dignity - so the men won't see them naked. That's why I joined this job - for the women. That's why I do this.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Nov. 05, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
At a popular dance club, the house DJ warns patrons, ‘No too much rubbing, no too much hugging, no too much sweating.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
It is always better to overreact than underreact in epidemics.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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MARIATU KAGBO, Red Cross Volunteer, Burial Team
They're mocking me. They call me names. Sometimes they attack.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Nov. 05, 2014.

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TULIP MAZUMDAR, Journalist And Broadcaster
By 09:00 we reach our first checkpoint. Soldiers carrying two different guns stop us. They have rifles over their shoulders and thermos temperature guns in their hands. Lt Martin Tejan holds his temperature gun to my head. I am 36.6 degrees and I am safe to pass through.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC World, Nov. 23, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Security guards posted at the entrance of office blocks and grocery stores wield infrared thermometers instead of guns and check the temperature of all who would enter — a high fever is one of the first symptoms of Ebola.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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ANDREW HARDING, Journalist And Broadcaster
I ask the children to raise their hand if they have lost their parents to Ebola. In silence, almost every child puts both hands in the air. Several of them look feverish.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Nov. 04, 2014.

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DANNY SAVAGE, Journalist And Broadcaster
Medical staff are advised to wear the equipment for no longer than an hour at a time due to the high temperatures that can build up in the suit.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Oct. 10, 2014.

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NEW YORK TIMES
Workers at some hospitals use two pairs of gloves so that the inner pair remains on during the disrobing process.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The New York Times', Oct. 15, 2014.

JEN COPESTAKE, Journalist
It seems a natural step to think about if and where robots could help in a medical crisis like the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC Click TV, Nov. 07, 2014.

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W.H.O.
Abstain from sex if you start feeling ill.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'W.H.O.'

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
The pilots were in a foul mood. They resented having to fly to the epidemic zone….When we landed, the plane came abruptly to a halt but the pilots never came out of the cabin. They didn’t even stop the engines. They wanted to take off again as soon as possible and avoid any contact with locals.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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K.K. REBECCA LAI, Journalist
Convalescent therapy, which injects blood from recovered patients into sick patients, has had promising results. But there are major questions about its safety and efficacy in countries with inefficient health systems and a shortage of medical staff.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The New York Times', Oct. 23, 2014.

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EMMA POWELL, Journalist
Amy Childs [reality TV star] was filmed suggesting she thought Ebola was the name of an up-and-coming band.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'London Evening Standard', Nov. 11, 2014

ANDREW WITTY, CEO GlaxoSmithKline
We take our responsibilities very seriously to make sure that there is good access to our vaccines, even in countries which can't pay very much for it.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News, Nov. 26, 2014.

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NEW YORK TIMES
There are more than a dozen Ebola drugs in development.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The New York Times', Nov. 21, 2014.

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MIRREN GIDDA, Journalist And Broadcaster
Many say they have been shunned by members of their communities - sometimes even by their own families - who refuse to believe they can be free of a disease that has killed so many.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Oct. 16, 2014.

EMMETT WILSON, Program Director, Face Africa
As long as it [Ebola] was far away in the rural areas, no one paid any attention. But when it came to Monrovia, all of a sudden the minsters realised that they could catch it.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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MIRREN GIDDA, Journalist And Broadcaster
Many say they have been shunned by members of their communities - sometimes even by their own families - who refuse to believe they can be free of a disease that has killed so many.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Oct. 16, 2014.

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
It took 1,000 deaths and five months before this was declared a public health emergency.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Before the crisis, Liberia had less than one doctor per 100,000 residents, compared with 77 in South Africa and 245 in the US; but with Ebola’s outsize toll on health workers, that population has plummeted.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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ANDREW HARDING, Journalist And Broadcaster
“Please. Please. Cure her. Cure her,” says Momo Sessey, pointing back towards his wife, Fatu Kanu, who is slumped on a wooden bench, coughing.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Nov. 04, 2014.

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MICHAEL T. OSTERHOLM, Director, Center For Infectious Disease Research
Richard Preston’s 1994 best seller “The Hot Zone” chronicled a 1989 outbreak of a different strain, Ebola Reston virus, among monkeys at a quarantine station near Washington. The virus was transmitted through breathing, and the outbreak ended only when all the monkeys were euthanized.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'New York Times, Sept. 11, 2014.

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NEW YORK TIMES
Doctors Without Borders has sent 700 doctors and aid workers from around the world to Ebola-stricken countries.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'New York Times', Nov. 21, 2014.

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NINA PHAM, Nurse
Nursing is a calling. It’s such a rewarding career and it’s just in our personalities and in our nature to help whoever needs help.
What Is Ebola? Quote From Today.com, Nov. 26, 2014.

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RONA AMBROSE, Minister Of Health, Canada
Today, I'm issuing a call to action to Canadian health-care workers to travel to West Africa to care for Ebola patients in Ebola treatment centres in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
What Is Ebola? Quote From CBC News, Nov. 27, 2014.

ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Health clinics and hospitals across the country fear infection, and as a result, once manageable illnesses — such as diarrhoea, hypertension and diabetes — have become death sentences.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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MICHAEL T. OSTERHOLM, Director, Center For Infectious Disease Research
The current Ebola virus’s hyper-evolution is unprecedented; there has been more human-to-human transmission in the past four months than most likely occurred in the last 500 to 1,000 years.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The New York Times, Sept. 11, 2014.

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PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
The Buffalo plane was overloaded, as well as badly loaded, and the pilots took off straight into a formidable tropical storm. We touched the top of some trees and before reaching cruising altitude the plane dived for what felt like a few hundred metres. There were no seat belts and we were hit by heavy flying boxes. Eventually we made it safely to Kinshasa but my legs were trembling when we got out of the plane. For me, flying had been more dangerous than caring for patients or handling virus samples.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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WILL POOLEY, Nurse
I don’t want Sierra Leone just to be Ebola in my mind for ever, because it’s such a beautiful place and such nice people. I’d like to just get out there and see it. But that’s a long, long way away.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The Guardian', Nov. 11, 2014.

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ASHOKA MUKPO, Journalist
I’m thankful for all the brave men and women in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone who put their lives at risk to deal with this epidemic. They’re the real heroes.
What Is Ebola? Quote From Today.com, Nov. 26, 2014.

PETER PIOT, Professor Of Global Health
As long as health services are inadequate, there will be occasional outbreaks of Ebola in parts of Africa where the virus is hiding in some animal.
What Is Ebola? Quote From The 'FT' Magazine, May 02, 2014.

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ARYN BAKER, Journalist
Arriving too late was a bad mistake. Leaving too early, before those systems are firmly in place, would be harder to forgive.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'Time' Magazine', Oct. 13, 2014.

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MARK DOYLE, Journalist And Broadcaster
At the clearance site, near a rubbish tip, car after car was arriving with bodies, and several hundred workers were digging graves.
What Is Ebola? Quote From BBC News Africa, Dec. 01, 2014.

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ISAAC BAYOH, Volunteer Ebola Worker, Sierra Leone
Every day in our life is like the last. We don’t know when we are going to get a call saying a friend, brother, sister, father, mother or neighbour that we have shared so many great memories with is positive, or has died. [We] don’t know when the fever, the headache will start. Our life is full with worries, the trust we used to have is fading out, because with Ebola you can’t trust anyone – not even your very self-confidence.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The Guardian, Nov. 29, 2014.

BEN AROGUNDADE, Writer
40,500 — the number of people globally who Google the question, 'Is Ebola airborne?' each month.

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BILL GATES, Microsoft Founder And Philanthropist
Almost certainly more people are dying of non-Ebola diseases than are dying of Ebola. So it would be worth stopping the Ebola epidemic if the only benefit was that it put the health system back in place.
What Is Ebola? Quote From 'The Guardian', Oct. 03, 2014.

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BARACK OBAMA, President, United States Of America
The money's running out. We cannot beat Ebola without more funding. If we want other countries to step up, we are going to have to lead the way.
What Is Ebola? Quote From National Institutes Of Health, Dec. 02, 2014.

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ANGELINA JOLIE, Actor And UN Ambassador
I would say there are many countries in the world that could do more.
What Is Ebola? Quote From Nationmultimedia, Nov. 18, 2014.

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GENEVIEVE NNAJI, Actor
As long as it remains anywhere in Africa, we are all at risk.
What Is Ebola? Quote From Allafrica.com, Nov. 2014.

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OMOTOLA JALADE-EKEINDE, Actor
Just when the world has begun to pay attention to Africa as a destination for rapid growth and investment, we cannot allow Ebola to define the narrative.
What Is Ebola? Quote From Allafrica.com, Nov. 2014.

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PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS, Author And Journalist
It [Ebola] can spread like flu. Previous denials of this fact helped to create the suspicion that the new Ebola strain is a weaponized bio-warfare strain created by US government labs in West Africa…Did the new Ebola strain escape, perhaps via some lab mishap that infected lab workers, or was the strain deliberately released in order to test if it works?
Ebola Quote From Paulcraigroberts.com, Oct. 29, 2014.

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FRANCIS BOYLE, Professor Of International Law, Illinois
It’s clear that [the U.S. bio-weapons researchers] were using Liberia to try to circumvent the Biological Weapons Convention.
Ebola Quote From Washingtonsblog.com, Oct. 23, 2014.