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This post is part of a series highlighting the work of Ochberg Society members covering the Ebola epidemic. Earlier this month, photographer Glenna Gordon traveled to Liberia and Sierra Leone on assignment for The Wall Street Journal. There, she photographed health-care workers both in their regular hospital scrubs and in …
This is the first post in a series highlighting the work of Ochberg Society members covering the Ebola epidemic. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer John Moore recently visited a Doctors Without Borders Ebola treatment center in Paynesville, Liberia, where he photographed Ebola survivors. While the Ebola epidemic has a 70 percent mortality …
Maryn McKenna reported on new efforts by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to try to keep Ebola off U.S. soil. The five U.S. airports that receive the most passengers from the three countries where Ebola is circulating will enact additional screening measures, including interviewing passengers by means of …
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