Al Jazeera America – Although the region was declared Ebola-free (despite several new cases) earlier this month, the trauma experienced in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia has had a massive impact. Cities and towns across the most affected areas continue to suffer from the emotional scars of the disease, with people blaming one another for failing to prevent the huge toll.
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