Countries Worldwide Step Up Efforts To Prevent, Prepare For Ebola Within Their Own Borders

News outlets report on efforts in countries worldwide to prevent the importation of Ebola and prepare for cases within their borders.

Agence France-Presse: Nations step up measures to stem worsening Ebola outbreak (Perry, 10/12).
Agence France-Presse: Britain feels ready after Ebola outbreak test (10/11).
Devex: Is Asia-Pacific ready for Ebola? (Santos, 10/13).
New York Times: CDC Will Offer More Ebola Training to Health Care Workers (Belluck, 10/12).
Politico: Questions emerge about Ebola readiness (Levine, 10/13).
Reuters: Cities, states scramble after Dallas’s Ebola missteps expose planning gaps (Begley/Abutaleb, 10/12).
Reuters: Obama calls for action to ensure U.S. medical system can handle Ebola (10/12).
Wall Street Journal: New York Health System Opts for WHO Ebola Protocol (Beck, 10/12).

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