CDC Director Calls On U.S. Health Facilities To Allow French-Speaking HCWs To Assist In Guinean Ebola Efforts

Devex: CDC calls for French-speaking medical personnel to combat Ebola in Guinea
“The ongoing fight to control the Ebola epidemic in Guinea will require dozens of highly qualified French-speaking medical personnel, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden. ‘We’re asking health departments around the U.S. to lend us people for three to six months,’ Frieden told Devex Tuesday…” (Tyson, 1/14).

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