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LIVE CHAT REPLAY: The truth behind Ebola #EbolaFacts

Categories: Canada, Community, Features, Health, Politics, Transparency, World

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Canadians have been inundated with information -- true or false -- about the Ebola virus. Some of it is fact and some of it is fiction. 

The chat will featureD:

Doctor Tim Jagatic, who works with Doctors Without Borders, returned to Windsor, Ont., from caring patients exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone.

The National correspondent Adrienne Arsenault and producer Stephanie Jenzer have returned from Liberia where they were covering the effects of the epidemic there.


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