Would You Be a Reporter on the Ebola Front-line? (Video)

Being a foreign correspondent has its perks but it’s also a grueling job. War zones. Famines Natural or man-made disasters.

And in this case – covering the Ebola epidemic in west Africa.

In the above video, BBC’s Tulip Mazumdar explains how they go about trying to safely cover the epidemic which has killed over 4000 people.

Among the things she discusses is the applying of disinfectant each and every time they go out and what they do when they visit a hospital or an Ebola graveyard.

Tulip also describes why she is willing to risk her life to cover the Ebola crisis.

Would you put yourself in harms way to get a story?

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