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At a Porous Border, Vigilant People Prevent Spread of Ebola

When Liberia reopened its borders earlier this year after the Ebola outbreak came under control, many people thought it was premature, with the virus still rife in Sierra Leone and Guinea. The border is porous and hard to control under the best of times. Until last year, the long stretches of open border were not an issue. People here have family on both sides of the border and often crisscrossed it. Then, Ebola swept through, killing more than 10,000 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and...

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