Here Is Who Was Named Time’s ‘Person Of The Year’

| by Charles Roberts

The debate is over and a decision has been made. This time around, Time Magazine’s coveted ‘Person Of The Year’ title is going to: Ebola fighters.

According to Time Magazine, 2014 is the year that the Ebola outbreak “turned into an epidemic,” touching lives everywhere from Liberia and Guinea to the United States and Germany. Thus far, more than 6,000 people have died of the disease in 2014.

Here is what the cover will look like:

The other candidates for ‘Person Of The Year’ included Ferguson protesters, Russian President Vladimir Putin and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

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Sources: CNN, Business Insider, Time Magazine / Photo Credit: Business Insider