Time magazine has picked its 2014 Person of the Year. The winner is not a single individual, but a group of people: The Ebola fighters. As Time says on its website, these fighters include “Doctors who wouldn’t quit even as their colleagues fell ill and died; nurses comforting patients while standing in slurries of mud, vomit and feces.”
To read Time’s story on its Person of the Year, please click here.
In Time’s readers poll of who should be Person of the Year, here were the top five results:
- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
- Ferguson protestors
- Hong Kong student activist Joshua Wong
- Nobel Peace Prize Co-Winner Malala Yousafzai
- Ebola doctors and nurses