Samuel Aranda

Dandano, Guinea

A body, lying in the open outside a house, has been covered with a tarpaulin by visiting Red Cross workers. The village, isolated in the mountainous wooded Forest Region of Guinea, finally opened up to the outside world and its inhabitants agreed to yield their Ebola sick and dead after many deaths and weeks of difficult negotiations. Villagers had blocked the road, denied the existence of the disease, and refused any help from outsiders who they accused of being the propagators of the disease, with their bizarre chlorine sprayers and strange uniforms.

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Samuel Aranda
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