Ebola’s Resurgence In Guinean Border Region Thought Cleared Of Disease Shows Instability In Prevention Efforts

Associated Press: Ebola is surging in places it had been beaten back
“…The resurgence of the disease in [Guinea’s Macenta region] a place where doctors thought they had it beat shows how history’s largest Ebola outbreak has spun out of control. It began with people leaving homes in Liberia to seek better care or reunite with families back in Guinea, a pattern repeating itself all over…” (Diallo et al., 9/8).

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