How to live in a time of crisis
In the past few months, the country has seen a rise in the number of deaths linked to a pandemic.
At least 6,000 people have died in Guinea, and the toll is likely to rise further.
While some of the deaths are linked to the pandemic, the outbreak has also spread across several other countries, causing many to lose their homes, crops, and lives.
In many ways, this is an unprecedented crisis.
But in the past decade, governments have responded to this crisis by instituting some of their strictest and most stringent measures against the spread of a pandemics disease.
This has led to a drastic shift in the way people live and work in Guinea.
This article first appeared on National Geographic.
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