Two months ago, Liberian security forces dressed in riot gear to control a crowd of people in Monrovia amid the Ebola crisis. But now the rate of new Ebola infections in Monrovia has declined.
Two months ago, Liberian security forces dressed in riot gear to control a crowd of people in Monrovia amid the Ebola crisis. But now the rate of new Ebola infections in Monrovia has declined. File photo by Abbas Dulleh The Associated Press
Two months ago, Liberian security forces dressed in riot gear to control a crowd of people in Monrovia amid the Ebola crisis. But now the rate of new Ebola infections in Monrovia has declined. File photo by Abbas Dulleh The Associated Press

Ebola’s decline startles Liberia, depleting some hospitals that had been packed

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