CDC Blog Post Highlights Use Of Experimental Ebola Vaccine For Health Care, Frontline Workers In DRC, Border Nations

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: I have seen Ebola. Now you have a vaccine.
Rosalind Carter, epidemiologist at CDC’s Global Immunization Division, discusses the compassionate use of an experimental Ebola vaccine for health care and frontline workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as well as for workers in health facilities along the DRC’s borders with Uganda and South Sudan (4/19).

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