2001 Photo Contest, People in the News, Stories, 3rd prize
Photographer

Jodi Bieber

Network Photographers for The New York Times Magazine

01 November, 2000

An outbreak of the Ebola virus in Uganda: Ambulance workers have to wear protective clothing and dare not touch victims. Their job is to transport the sick and bury the dead. The virus causes massive hemorrhaging, and is highly infectious. There is no cure, and it kills around half the people infected.

About

Jodi Bieber

After completing three short courses at the Market Photography Workshop in Johannesburg, Jodi Bieber participated in a photographic training programme at the Star newspaper, unde...

This image is collected in