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International Donors, Governments Must Address National Security, Outbreak Preparedness, Community Engagement For Ebola Vaccine Success, Opinion Piece Says

Project Syndicate: Why an Ebola Vaccine Is Not Enough Ifeanyi M. Nsofor, CEO of EpiAFRIC and director of Policy and Advocacy for Nigeria Health Watch “…Without doubt, [the recently approved Ebola vaccine] Ervebo could be a game changer in tackling future Ebola outbreaks. But, in order to help protect health…

NPR Asks Ebola Responders About Efforts Needed To End DRC Outbreak

NPR: What Will It Take To Finally End Congo’s Ebola Outbreak In 2020? “…Since the epidemic was declared on Aug. 1, 2018, more than 3,300 people have been infected with Ebola, making the outbreak the worst on record for Congo, and the second worst in human history after the much…

Experts Examine Biosecurity Implications Of Body Fluid Samples Taken During Disease Outbreaks

Chatham House: Biosecurity: Preparing for the Aftermath of Global Health Crises David R. Harper, senior consulting fellow, and Benjamin Wakefield, research analyst, both with the Global Health Programme at Chatham House, discuss the biosecurity implications of the numerous body fluid samples taken during disease outbreaks, including the current Ebola outbreak…

CDC Publishes Articles Examining Ebola Outbreaks

CDC’s “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report”: Case Definitions Used During the First 6 Months of the 10th Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo — Four Neighboring Countries, August 2018-February 2019 (Medley, et al., 1/10). CDC’s “Emerging Infectious Diseases”: Public Health Program for Decreasing Risk for…

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