At Redemption Hospital in Liberia, health workers screen patients for Ebola at the entrance to the facility, cleaning them off with a chlorine solution, taking their temperature and asking a series of questions. "At our hospital we have tried to create a less chaotic and stressful environment while people wait to be screened," says Sharon McDonnell. "There is a shady tree where people wait. We also have drawn big murals explaining why waiting is necessary."
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