Photo courtesy of Wilson Idahor, Rotary Club of Monrovia
By Monique Cooper-Liverpool, Rotary Club of Monrovia, Liberia
We are just past the five-month anniversary of Liberia’s first encounter with the Ebola virus. We are more than 40 days into a declared national health emergency, a month into a national state of emergency, and on the third week of an imposed national curfew, the first since our civil conflict ended in 2003. Nine international airlines have cancelled or suspended service to Liberia, with only two international carriers continuing to operate, overbooked and overpriced.
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