Learning the Ebola Handshake
Mazen Halabi sits in front of a spreadsheet tallying costs that have risen since the Ebola outbreak hit Monrovia in July. Halabi had plans to expand his business, Monroe Chicken, the only fast-food restaurant in the Liberian capital, and open a massive cafeteria-style eating hall serving both Liberian food and fried and grilled chicken. Those plans have been put on hold.
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