Ebola Survivor Faces COVID Challenges Serving in Africa

By ROBIN SAYLOR
Abilene Christian University

The COVID-19 pandemic might feel like déjà vu for ACU graduate Kent Brantly, who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in 2014 while serving as a medical missionary in Liberia. Six years later, Brantly and his family returned to Africa, where Kent works in Zambia at Mukinge Mission Hospital.

Read a Q&A conducted in 2020 with Brantly in in ACU Today online.

Kent Brantly (Photo by Amber Brantly)

One comment

  • Thanks for sharing this informative Q & A session. I cannot imagine the dedication it takes to live in an area such as the Brantlys.

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