Journalist Harriet Salem tells us about her work on the border between Uganda and the DRC reporting on Ebola for DG. Harriet tells us what she learned from the communities nervously living with a killer in their midst and how the precarious state of the DRC makes containing outbreaks so challenging. Including:
How Ebola was first tracked down and the long road to a vaccine
Why Ebola treatment centres are being burned down
What the fight against Ebola can teach us about Covid-19
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