Via The Lancet Global Health: Health-care worker mortality and the legacy of the Ebola epidemic. The summary:
The recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa will leave a legacy significantly deeper than the morbidity and mortality caused directly by the disease. Ebola deaths have been disproportionately concentrated among health personnel.
By May, 2015, 0·02% of Guinea's population had died due to Ebola, compared with 1·45% of the country's doctors, nurses, and midwives.
In Liberia and Sierra Leone, the differences are more dramatic, with 0·11% and 0·06% of the general population killed by Ebola versus 8·07% of the health-care workers in Liberia, and 6·85% in Sierra Leone.