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27 Aug 2014

Medical workers have to wash their protective gear for reuse and have little more than a squirt of bleach to rely on. 'I'm scared of everything' It is the only refuge for the slum's frightened residents. But the most that they can hope for is to be made comfortable while they wait either to overcome the virus, or not. Like many residents of West Point, Charming, a hairdresser, has to travel out of the township to make a living. She is the only breadwinner for her two children and her elderly parents "Right now my mother doesn't have anything," she told CNN. "First, I was the one that provided for her. But as time goes by, she's complaining the rice is finished.
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