CDC Director Says U.S., Global Community Must Maintain Efforts Against Ebola

Devex: U.S. ‘not out of the woods’ on Ebola response — CDC
“As members of the U.S. Congress and Obama administration officials prepared Wednesday to discuss whether to allocate $6.18 billion to fight Ebola — the first of at least two public hearings focused on the outbreak on Capitol Hill — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden stressed that to stop the epidemic, the international development community needs to work with a speed and scale never before seen in public health. ‘We are nowhere near out of the woods,’ Frieden told an audience at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C…” (Tyson, 11/13).

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