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Ebola Stigma Keeps Many from Work in Liberia

Burial teams undertook some of the most hazardous work in Liberia’s fight against Ebola. With the West African nation now getting relief from the virus, these men and women say societal stigma is keeping them from getting jobs. At the height of Liberia’s Ebola virus outbreak, Emmanuel Johnson left his potato farm and undertook the grim and dangerous job of burying the victims of the virus. More than 4,800 people would die of the disease in the country. The World Health Organization...

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