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Night clubs have shut their doors. Soccer leagues have been suspended. And a strict curfew is keeping the streets empty at night.
But there's one place in Monrovia where people continue to gather despite the threat of Ebola: Sunday church service.
Since Ebola broke out in Liberia's capital city, more people have started coming to Sunday service at Trinity Cathedral, says the Very Rev. Herman Browne.
And like many priests across Monrovia, Browne has been spreading the word about Ebola prevention through his sermons.
But Browne's message this week was personal. It came from his family's encounter with the virus...
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