Ebola Aggravating Economies Of West African Nations

New York Times: Ebola Is Taking a Second Toll, on Economies
“…Ebola — the reality and the hysteria over it — is having a serious economic impact on Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, three West African nations already at the bottom of global economic and social indicators. Aggravating both the financial and social consequences, these countries and their frightened neighbors are imposing concentric circles of quarantines, cutting off neighborhoods, regions, and even whole nations…” (Nossiter, 9/5).

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