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Mary Wakefield

Do I really care about Ebola? Do you? Does Oxfam?

The sign of seriousness is seeing a crisis early – and following up after it's finished

31 January 2015

9:00 AM

31 January 2015

9:00 AM

It’s strange how quickly we all forgot about Ebola. Speak for yourself, you might say — and I will. Until a friend sent me a report this week on the progress of the epidemic, Ebola had, I’m sorry to say, almost faded from my mind. The report contains good news: where the outbreak was worst, in Liberia, there are now just five cases left.

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