Life in Monrovia seems to be returning to normal as a group of children play football on a street in the suburban neighborhood of Congo Town. They look happy to be back on the "pitch" again.
Robinho Dwen, 10, said he is back with his friends because the number of infections has scaled down considerably. "I am happy because Ebola is going away," said Romeo Holmes, 8. "When Ebola was in town everybody was lying down in hospital."
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