Out of the Hot Zone

Travelers are regaining confidence in West Africa as Ebola cases decline. More than 9,000 people passed through Sierra Leone’s airport in March, the highest number for seven months, according to the Westminster Group. Kenya Airways, which suspended flights in August, will resume flights at the end of April. The heads of state of the three countries most affected by Ebola – Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea – are headed to Washington for a World Bank meeting on 17 April to hash out a “Marshall Plan” to get their economies back on track.

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