Ebola: Sounding the Alarm


When people started dying of a mysterious illness in Guinea’s forest region in early 2014, no one knew it was the beginning of the deadliest Ebola outbreak that the world had ever experienced.

How did it get so bad? What were the warning signs? FRONTLINE explores these questions in the following interactive timeline of the crisis. Click on the image to begin.

Priyanka Boghani

Priyanka Boghani, Digital Reporter & Producer


Chris Amico

Chris Amico, Interactive Editor

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