CDC Prepares To Announce ‘Worst-Case Scenario’ Ebola Projections

The Hill: Report: CDC considers 550K Ebola cases a worst-case scenario
“The U.S. government is preparing to announce new Ebola projections that include a worst-case scenario of 550,000 cases by January, according to a report. The estimates are currently in development at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and would help provide a baseline to measure the effectiveness of the ramped-up American response to the outbreak…” (Viebeck, 9/19).

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