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After an impromptu three-day lockdown over the weekend, Sierra Leone has quarantined a large portion of its country in an attempt to keep the outbreak of the Ebola virus from spreading to other parts of the world. The decision, which restricts travel for more than 1.5 million citizens in Port Loko, Bombali, and Moyamba, comes while world leaders meet at the United Nations to discuss the crisis. The government has established corridors between the areas that are not quarantined, but only between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.