In Liberian slum, Ebola quarantine magnifies misery
MONROVIA, Liberia — Emily Abaleo, 38, sits on a narrow bench, squashed between her snoring son and two younger daughters who pass the time by elbowing one another in this city’s West Point slum. She recalls better times there, before a deadly virus hit, before a quarantine to stop it and before it killed her husband.
B.E., or Before Ebola, was a time just a few short months ago before everything changed and life here in the slum became even harder.
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