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Guineans More Trusting of Doctors, Hospitals Since Ebola

It has been almost three years since the Ebola epidemic began in West Africa, killing more than 11,000 people. No cases have been reported since March. VOA traveled the path of the outbreak to find out what has changed and how the region might cope if the virus strikes again. Ricci Shryock reports from Nzerekore in southeastern Guinea, where the epidemic began.

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