Illustration Shows Western Media Bias on Ebola Coverage

The Ebola epidemic has killed 3,865 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia; it has killed one in the United States. Until American doctors treating patients with Ebola in West Africa were diagnosed with the disease, the current Ebola outbreak has been largely faceless, mainly about statistics and if and when the virus would spread to American soil. A new illustration from frequent Vanity Fair contributor André Carrilho puts this western media bias into perspective