Monrovia, a collateral of Liberia, is a epicenter of an Ebola conflict that has killed scarcely 3,000 people in a West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
TIME’s Africa business chief, Aryn Baker, is on a belligerent in a West African city. She has reported on musicians who teach crowds on a spreading disease, a tarnish dead physique government teams face, a United States’ shortcoming to support Liberia, among other stories.
In a video above, Baker discusses bland life in a densely packaged strand city of Monrovia, where a stink of chlorine and a steer of thermometers and rubber boots have turn hackneyed as locals try to branch a Ebola outbreak.
Article source: http://time.com/3450519/ebola-liberia-first-person/