A healthcare worker at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Nzerekore, Guinea on February 4, when there were 11 confirmed Ebola patients at the center.
       
     
 Healthcare workers at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Kenema, Sierra Leone pray for Ebola patients while 12-year-old Noah, an Ebola patient prays with them. October, 2014
       
     
 Sierra Leone residents get their temperatures taken at one of the many Ebola checkpoints along the road from Freetown to Kenema as the outbreak worsens in October 2014.
       
     
 An Ebola Treatment Unit that has not yet opened in rural Guinea seen from above, as a controlled brushfire burns nearby. February 2015
       
     
 A healthcare worker delivers food to patients at the Ebola Treatment Unit in Kenema, Sierra Leone. October 2014.
       
     
 An Ebola patient moves from one ward to another at the ETU in Kenema, Sierra Leone. October 2014
       
     
 A nurse at an ETU in Kenema, Sierra Leone oversees a physician as she puts on the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) before entering the 'Red Zone' of the ETU. October 2014
       
     
 A woman showing Ebola symptoms lies with her body half outside of an isolation tent. She was is detained at one of the checkpoints along the road from Kenema to Freetown, Sierra Leone.
       
     
 An Ebola burial team decontaminates after gathering  the dead body of a suspected Ebola case. Dead bodies are highly virulent and must be handled with extraordinary precautions to prevent spread of the disease. Freetown, October 2014
       
     
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  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as "Mary Brown" who dances to show she has no joint pain. Some of the contacts are combative, such as the women at one house who accuse the team of chasing away neighbors. And some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     
  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson who dances to show she has no joint pain. Some of the contacts are combative, such as the women at one house who accuse the team of chasing away neighbors. And some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     
  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson   who dances to show she has no joint pain. February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     
  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson   who dances to show she has no joint pain. 
       
     
  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission.   February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     
  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure.   February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     
  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. S  ome contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     
 Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.
       
     
 Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.
       
     
 Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.
       
     
  Musa Pabai teases his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
  Musa Pabai (2nd L) looks at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (foreground), upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. 
       
     
 Classes at Banjor Central High School in Liberia were mostly empty the first day back from months of being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015
       
     
 Students at Banjor Central High School in Liberia get their temperatures taken before entering school on the first day back from months of being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015.
       
     
 Third-grade teacher Naomi Rogers instructs the three children that showed up for class the first day the school, Banjor Central High School (grades K-12) in Liberia reopened after being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015.
       
     
 A healthcare worker at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Nzerekore, Guinea on February 4, when there were 11 confirmed Ebola patients at the center.
       
     

A healthcare worker at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Nzerekore, Guinea on February 4, when there were 11 confirmed Ebola patients at the center.

 Healthcare workers at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Kenema, Sierra Leone pray for Ebola patients while 12-year-old Noah, an Ebola patient prays with them. October, 2014
       
     

Healthcare workers at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Kenema, Sierra Leone pray for Ebola patients while 12-year-old Noah, an Ebola patient prays with them. October, 2014

 Sierra Leone residents get their temperatures taken at one of the many Ebola checkpoints along the road from Freetown to Kenema as the outbreak worsens in October 2014.
       
     

Sierra Leone residents get their temperatures taken at one of the many Ebola checkpoints along the road from Freetown to Kenema as the outbreak worsens in October 2014.

 An Ebola Treatment Unit that has not yet opened in rural Guinea seen from above, as a controlled brushfire burns nearby. February 2015
       
     

An Ebola Treatment Unit that has not yet opened in rural Guinea seen from above, as a controlled brushfire burns nearby. February 2015

 A healthcare worker delivers food to patients at the Ebola Treatment Unit in Kenema, Sierra Leone. October 2014.
       
     

A healthcare worker delivers food to patients at the Ebola Treatment Unit in Kenema, Sierra Leone. October 2014.

 An Ebola patient moves from one ward to another at the ETU in Kenema, Sierra Leone. October 2014
       
     

An Ebola patient moves from one ward to another at the ETU in Kenema, Sierra Leone. October 2014

 A nurse at an ETU in Kenema, Sierra Leone oversees a physician as she puts on the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) before entering the 'Red Zone' of the ETU. October 2014
       
     

A nurse at an ETU in Kenema, Sierra Leone oversees a physician as she puts on the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) before entering the 'Red Zone' of the ETU. October 2014

 A woman showing Ebola symptoms lies with her body half outside of an isolation tent. She was is detained at one of the checkpoints along the road from Kenema to Freetown, Sierra Leone.
       
     

A woman showing Ebola symptoms lies with her body half outside of an isolation tent. She was is detained at one of the checkpoints along the road from Kenema to Freetown, Sierra Leone.

 An Ebola burial team decontaminates after gathering  the dead body of a suspected Ebola case. Dead bodies are highly virulent and must be handled with extraordinary precautions to prevent spread of the disease. Freetown, October 2014
       
     

An Ebola burial team decontaminates after gathering  the dead body of a suspected Ebola case. Dead bodies are highly virulent and must be handled with extraordinary precautions to prevent spread of the disease. Freetown, October 2014

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  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as "Mary Brown" who dances to show she has no joint pain. Some of the contacts are combative, such as the women at one house who accuse the team of chasing away neighbors. And some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as "Mary Brown" who dances to show she has no joint pain. Some of the contacts are combative, such as the women at one house who accuse the team of chasing away neighbors. And some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.

  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson who dances to show she has no joint pain. Some of the contacts are combative, such as the women at one house who accuse the team of chasing away neighbors. And some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson who dances to show she has no joint pain. Some of the contacts are combative, such as the women at one house who accuse the team of chasing away neighbors. And some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.

  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson   who dances to show she has no joint pain. February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson who dances to show she has no joint pain. February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.

  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson   who dances to show she has no joint pain. 
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. Some of those being monitored are jovial, such as Mary Wilson who dances to show she has no joint pain. 

  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission.   February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. They are tracing the last known chain of transmission. February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.

  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure.   February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. As authorities try to finally extinguish the embers of what was once a flaring outbreak, the contact team feels the pressure. February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.

  A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. S  ome contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.
       
     

A contact tracing team in the St. Paul Bridge area of Monrovia goes from home to home to monitor residents who have been in contact with recent Ebola cases. They take temperatures, ask about symptoms and report any suspected cases. Some contacts are harder to pin down than others - children running around the neighborhood though they are supposed to stay on their own property. Photos taken February 17, 2015. Monrovia, Liberia.

 Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.
       
     

Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.

 Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.
       
     

Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.

 Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.
       
     

Ebola survivors hold a Valentine's Day Parade in Monrovia to raise awareness about stigmatization facing many of those who have recovered from the virus. February 14, 2015.

  Musa Pabai teases his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

Musa Pabai teases his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, Liberia, February 19, 2015.

  Musa Pabai (2nd L) looks at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (foreground), upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. 
       
     

Musa Pabai (2nd L) looks at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (foreground), upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. 

 Classes at Banjor Central High School in Liberia were mostly empty the first day back from months of being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015
       
     

Classes at Banjor Central High School in Liberia were mostly empty the first day back from months of being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015

 Students at Banjor Central High School in Liberia get their temperatures taken before entering school on the first day back from months of being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015.
       
     

Students at Banjor Central High School in Liberia get their temperatures taken before entering school on the first day back from months of being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015.

 Third-grade teacher Naomi Rogers instructs the three children that showed up for class the first day the school, Banjor Central High School (grades K-12) in Liberia reopened after being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015.
       
     

Third-grade teacher Naomi Rogers instructs the three children that showed up for class the first day the school, Banjor Central High School (grades K-12) in Liberia reopened after being shuttered due to the Ebola outbreak. February 16, 2015.