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Ebola Is Killing Women In Far Greater Numbers Than Men

Ebola Is Killing Women In Far Greater Numbers Than Men

A Liberian health official estimates 75% of Ebola deaths are women. That’s because they are the nation’s caregivers.

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Kona Kupee waits outside a new Ebola treatment center, run by Doctors Without Borders. She was later admitted to the facility. John Moore / Getty Images

MONROVIA, Liberia — Ebola is killing Kona Kupee, who loved her husband too much. Kupee is 36. Her husband, Alosho Mumbah, died of Ebola on Aug. 15. He’d known he was sick for a week — he’d been calling a national hotline, trying to get someone to take him out of his house and into a treatment center — but Kupee didn’t know he had Ebola. He had a fever and vomited and shook violently, but he didn’t bleed. She worried it might be Ebola, especially with all the phone calls, but she told herself it was something else. Had to be. Where would he have gotten Ebola, anyway? …

READ MORE: http://www.buzzfeed.com/jinamoore/ebola-is-killing-women-in-far-greater-numbers-than-men#3gquz75

rest in prace, sisters

 

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