Life in post-Ebola Sierra Leone: 'We are still struggling'

More than 11,000 people died across West Africa. It was the worst outbreak in history as healthcare systems struggled to fight the epidemic.

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    It has been two years since Sierra Leone was first officially declared Ebola-free.

    More than 11,000 people died across West Africa. It was the worst outbreak in history as healthcare systems struggled to fight the epidemic.

    Al Jazeera's Nina Devries takes a look at what has changed since then.


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