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now people are accusing them of potentially harboring a virus and inspecting other people because some of them say that they've been called names by their neighbors told not to go into school or told to stay away from work because of that year factor these countries were just beginning to think we're out of the woods now Guinea is the only one with active transmission at the moment but now it seems that their reach medical systems will have to be coping with the after effects of a bullet for months to come remember he's a very complicated symptoms that people experience after about that we're talking about that , connecting Arab virus sometimes in remote parts of the body I or the spinal fluid what are the chances that a doctor in rural Liberia is going to be able to diagnose that and the patient