Ebola’s Economic Impacts In West Africa Will Be Felt Into Future

Wired’s “Superbug”: The Long Tail of Ebola: Depressing African Economic Progress
Journalist Maryn McKenna writes in her blog about two recent World Bank reports that discuss Ebola’s economic impacts in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. “The ripples of Ebola could be felt for some time to come — and until the disease is contained, which it is not yet, the full bill for the damage will be incalculable,” she writes (1/12).

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